- Instructional Technology
The mission of Instructional Technology is to provide leadership in learning and adapting technology in the classroom and professional environments. Our goals will ensure that students, teachers and administrators are provided with support required for the successful integration of technology into the teaching–learning and administrative processes. These primary goals are to ensure the facilitation of positive learning environments using technology; to serve as a valuable resource for the academic and professional arenas; to educate about technology research, trends, successes, and collaborations;and to help our users develop an appreciation for the pedagogical value of educational software for student and adult learning.
"Learning is the goal; technologies are mere delivery systems." by Jamie McKenzie
Instructional Technology Integration Manager
Chesterfield County Public Schools 2009 Technology Expectations for Students K-12
Parent Technology Survival Guide
The Technology Survival Guide is designed to assist elementary parents in finding Internet resources that can be used to complete schoolwork. This site has Internet resources on safety, language arts, mathematics, science, social studies and search strategies.
A resource to help parents and students track academic progress and improve academic achievement.
Elementary Computer Lab Lessons for Students & Teachers
Several lessons were designed by teachers for students based on the SOLs, pacing guides, state & national technology standards and CPRs. This site contains lessons for grade levels K-5 and are aligned with the CCPS software bundle.
Computer Lab Lessons