Digital Learning in SESD Elementary


The SESD Elementary Mobile Device Vision for 1:1

The South Eastern School District elementary vision of the one-to-one device implementation is to:

· Engage Students

· Differentiate Student Learning

· Extend learning and lead to inquiry and deeper learning

· Create responsible digital citizens

· Teach foundational technology skills

Our Second - Sixth Grade Elementary Students Now Have Their Very Own Google Drive (Docs)

Students will have access to their student work, calendars, email within sesdrams, and collaborative tools to create documents, presentations, forms, spreadsheets, drawings, and sites whenever they have access at any time, from most types of devices.

Students will maintain access to their Google Drive as they move from grade to grade with in the South Easter School District.

Our young people will use the tools in Google Drive across the curriculum. They will use them to create & collaborate.

Every student will have their Google login on their network label distributed at the beginning of the school year.

This label will contain their "Sign In" information. Each student will have their own "Username" and "Password" that is specific to them.This label is placed in student agendas for privacy and access purposes.

Who will teach the students about Google Drive?

Classroom teachers will introduce Google Drive to all elementary students during regular classroom instruction.

The teachers will begin to incorporate Google Drive into their classrooms as well. They will share more information with parents as they tools are being used.

You Might Be Asking....."And who is going to teach me about Google Drive?"

The two videos below will help you understand Google Drive (Docs) and the tools it includes.
Google Docs in Plain English
Google Demo Slam: Epic Docs Animation

To be clear, the students email accounts are only active with in the sesdrams domain. They may ONLY receive email from other sesdrams domain, unless otherwise requested up the chain of approval.

You can contact Mrs. Kim Smith or Mr. Joseph Terch with any questions. We will be happy to answer them.