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Digital Teaching and Learning

Melanie Honeycutt

2024 State Technology Director of the Year

Dr. Melanie Honeycutt

Chief Information Officer
Olive Hill Resource Center

Angie Butler

Administrative Assistant
Olive Hill Resource Center

Students at Work

collage of students and parents coding with Indi Robots
collage os students working with a new program called Flip

Mrs. Roe’s second graders at GHES learned how to use Flip.   They were able to practice using their voices to respond  to questions.  This activity will lead to a bigger class project!

collage of students working together

Goose Chase at Mountain View Elementary!  Third graders completed missions and practiced their multiplication and division facts! These bobcats had an amazing time and we enjoyed hearing all the laughter! 

collage of student working with technology

So many great things happening with technology @mull_elementary  today! 1st Graders completed  @seesaw  on the Life Cycle of Pumpkins and 5th Graders worked on a digital  @breakoutEDU  to review their weather unit!

collage of students working in teams outside

Goosechase with 3rd graders at Mull Elementary.   Students completed missions that led them to different areas in the school.   Each mission had a multiplication and division problem they needed to solve before starting the next mission.   The students competed in groups and learned how to work as a team!   Way to go MUSTANGS!

a collage of students and teachers geocaching outside

So much fun Geocaching with Fourth Graders at GHES! We worked on map skills, state symbols, and working together! The classes were amazing and we had so much fun!

students working on school work

Hildebran Elementary 2nd graders reviewing their math skills with Spheros.

students working on school work

3rd grader students using Spheros to review fractions.

teacher working with students coding robots

Mull students in Pre K - 3rd coding with Indi Robots to get through mazes.

student creating a claymation video

Hillcrest Elementary 4th grade and Forest Hill 2nd & 3rd grade students working with Claymation and Stop Motion Video for One Book One District.  Students worked in teams to rewrite their own version of If You Give a Mouse A Cookie then created a Stop Motion video sharing their own version.  Many of their videos can be seen here.

students in the hallway playing a review game

Valdese Elementary School 5th grade science using Sphero Bolt robots to play Capture the Flag Review game.

collage of students working with breakout boxes

Third graders at MVES practicing multiplication, geometry, and fractions with Breakouts.

collage of students working with Ozobots

Mull 5th graders used Ozobots to run the Iditarod race. 

collage of students geocaching

Third graders Geocaching at Icard Elementary.

collage of students working with breakout boxes

Third graders at GHES practicing multiplication, geometry, and fractions with Breakouts.

students playing/learning on the floor

Beebots at Mull Elementary with Pre-K-2nd during their Media time!

 students using the BeeBots to practice reading and math skills

Mrs. Conners’ students at Mull Elementary Using the BeeBots to practice reading and math skills. The students worked hard and enjoyed learning how to code!

presenter posing in front a tv

ITF, Brandy Moody, presented Genius Hour at NCBOLD.  NCBOLD is free Professional Development offered in four different Areas of Western NC.

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two gentlemen presenting at a conference

BCPS Instructional Technology Facilitators shared their knowledge and ideas at NCTIES '23.