Sorry for the delay in responding; I've been at a conference in R.I for a couple of days. Since you've gotten so many detailed responses, I'll just give you our highlights. I"m doing a training next Wed to all of our elementary tech educators who will be offering the classes in regularly scheduled lab times. Local schools are making individual decisions about which grades will get the training in which school year, but by the time their 6th graders get to the high school they will all have had at least one series of classes in grades 1-3, and another at some point in 4-6. OUr middle school tech educator will incorporate the middle school curriculum in her courses for grades 7-8. We'll be sharing our work with the community at our Tech Fair, to be held in early May. The whole tech team is impressed by the quality of the materials, the age-appropriatness, and the ease of use. Please let me know if I can be of any help.
Lauren Kelley Parren
Educational Technology Coordinator ANESU
Portfolio Coordinator, Mt.Abraham Union High School
Bristol, Vermont 05443
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Our district is considering using iSafe Curriculum. I would greatly
appreciate it if those of you who are using it or plan to use it in the
near future would be willing to answer a few of questions.
1. Is your school/district/SU presently using iSafe curriculum or do you
plan on using it in the near future? Using Now, Near Future? Please give
the name of school, district or SU
2. What grade level(s) is it being used at (or will it be used at)?
3. Who is (will be) teaching it? Classroom teacher, Librarian, Computer
4. How much time is it (will it be) taking?
5. Have you or do you plan to have parental involvement other than basic
notification? Brief explanation.
Director of Information Technology Services
Milton Town School District
42 Herrick Avenue
Milton, VT 05468
(802)893-3226 FAX 893-3227