Information Technology is a learning tool that increases the productivity of teachers and students by expanding and enhancing instruction and learning opportunities. The classroom is no longer limited by four walls but can serve as a portal to the world. Technology makes this possible by providing teachers, students and parents access to the wealth of material and services across time, distance and space via the Internet. There is a tab for teachers, students and parents that provides resources especially for you on the main page of this District Website.
Crenshaw County Public Schools Technology Department supports the Alabama State Department Technology Standards Goals as follows:
TECHNOLOGY AND MASTERY OF STANDARDS: Crenshaw County Public Schools students, teachers and administrators will effectively use technology as an integrated tool for teaching, leading and learning to master local, state, and national standards.
EXPANDING OPPORTUNITIES THROUGH TECHNOLOGY: Crenshaw County Public Schools students, teachers and administrators will benefit from a broad range of educational opportunities and resources through the use of technology.
TECHNOLOGY PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: Crenshaw County Public Schools teachers and administrators will benefit from high quality, research-based professional development and supports necessary to achieve local, state, and national standards and courses.
TECHNOLOGY INFRASTRUCTURE: Crenshaw County Public Schools students, teachers, and administrators will have access to the appropriate technology resources and infrastructure necessary to support teaching and learning.
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