CES Technology Program
Christ Episcopal School's Technology Program fully supports the school's mission in matters of curriculum, student life and the professional work of our dedicated faculty and staff. Our curriculum efforts are aligned with Partnership for 21st Century Learning and ISTE's National Educational Technology Standards.
CES iPad Pilot Program in the Middle School
In keeping with its commitment to bring cutting edge technology to our teachers and students and in support of our integrated technology curriculum, CES has introduced 20 brand new Apple iPad tablets to the Middle School. This is the beginning of a natural transition to mobile computing resources and away from traditional computer labs and desktop computers. The iPad represents a quantum shift in digital learning tools that is changing the face of education. Learn more about this revolutionary device and what it means to the learning process at Learning with the iPad - Apple in Education.
Laptops for Teachers
As we expand our mobile computing resources, this year all teachers will have a laptop or netbook at their disposal to better support their integrated technology activities, classroom planning and professional development.
CES Google Apps for Education
As Google Education continues its fast-paced development of cloud-based resources available to all educators, CES faculty and staff continue their integration of Google Apps tools into their practice and the administration of the school. These activities are all a part of our ongoing commitment to a robust digital school community. Learn more about how important CES Google Apps is to learning at Google Apps for Primary & Secondary Education.
Integrated Technology Program in Lower and Middle School 2011-12
CES recognizes that preparing students with 21st century computer and technology literacy skills means supporting the acquisition of tech skills outside of the traditional “computer classroom” during all their regular lessons. Accordingly we have adopted an applied or integrated tech curriculum model, opening our labs to all classes in support of computer skills learning as a means of driving learning objectives in each of those subject areas. Students no longer have a "computer class". They use and learn computer skills as part of their English, Science, Math, Social Studies and Language Arts classes. All teachers now have access to lab resources. Students computer work will be acknowledged via The CES IT & Internet Proficiency Certification, conferred at year end of each grade level from a baseline of NETS-based tech skills.