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St. Monica strives to provide our students with the best possible education preparing them not just to survive but excel in a 21st century learning environment. It is essential that we incorporate the technology that exists today so that they will have the skills to be successful. This is why at St. Monica all classrooms are equipped with Smartboard technology which teachers use to deliver lessons and students use when participating in them. Within each Kindergarten through 5th grade class, iPads are available to be used by students in the classroom. Middle school students participate in 1:1 technology and are issued an iPad upon entering 6th grade. IPads are ideal for differentiated learning. All students participate in Technology class where they use desktop computers for learning. But wait let us not forget about the software, St. Monica believes it is important too!
St. Monica provides students with a multitude of opportunities become very comfortable and very familiar with software used for learning. Ipad apps, and lessons in iStation, IXL and Reflex prescribed by the teacher can be used for enrichment or remediation. Online textbooks move students from the traditional textbook and allow for a more enriching experience. Students will be able to transfer skills learned using Moodle, a learning management system, to high school and beyond. Cloud based accounts, iCloud and Office 365 promote collaborative learning and offer the convenience of anywhere, anytime learning.
It is the vision of St. Monica School to create a community of safe, responsible, and respectful digital citizens by providing ongoing education and exposure. Our goal is to ensure a learning environment that promotes discerning use of digital technologies while demonstrating values of the Catholic faith.
St. Monica School is dedicated to providing all students with an engaging and rigorous academic experience coupled with Catholic values and a safe and secure learning environment, both on campus and online. As digital learning becomes a strong component of educating students in the 21st century, we have recognized how essential it will be for educators, parents, and our community as a whole to work together to equip our students with the age appropriate knowledge and skills necessary to navigate the ever-changing digital world. This includes, but is not limited to, using technology responsibly, using safe practices to ensure individual and collective security, communicating morally, ethically, and compassionately with one another and the world, upholding the law, and being positive digital contributors.
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