PVSD Tech Team Blog

technology tips and tricks and highlights from classrooms in the Pleasant Valley SD in Camarillo, CA

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Posts by PVSD Tech Team Blog

Teaching the Skill NOT the Device

As your school site technology TOSAs, our goal is to support staff with the integration of technology skills in the classroom for both the teacher […]

Newsworthy Newscast

Do you have anything Newsworthy on your campus? Did you know you can use a GreenScreen to do an awesome presentation that will get the […]

PVSD Chat #PVshares

Now that “things” are slowing down, it’s time to bring back our PVSD Blog. When I designed this blog four years ago, my idea was […]

Collaborative Google Docs

Camarillo Heights has been using Google Docs for peer editing, as a way to improve student writing. Julie Parker-Plummer adapted the Writer’s workshop model to an online […]

Greek Day

Los Primeros School of Sciences and Arts has had an amazing education tradition for years called Greek Day.  It’s a culminating project about god’s and […]

STEAM Rockets

Interactive science is the goal of the STEAM elective at Monte Vista Middle School.  In this class students not only learned how to build rockets […]

Wacom Art Tablets

At Las Colinas, the art classes have gone digital.  Cathy Saltee gave her students WACOM tablets for art.  This technology has allowed for creative art projects […]

Reading Triads

Katrina Salas of La Mariposa wanted to work on reading engagement in her class.  She found the EngageNY reading curriculum and its reading triads.  The […]

Read and Write for Google

Read and Write for Google is an app that assist students in both writing and reading.  It helps students improve their writing and reading skills when […]

Depth and Complexity Charts

Depth and Complexity Charts are based off the Depth and Complexity Icons. They are a chart of pathways students can take to explore and answer […]

Sending a Link to an App in the ITunes Store

So, you found an app that you’d like to put on your iPad…now what? Like all classroom materials, you’ll need to ask your Principal to […]

iPad: Guided Access

So, you’re finally feeling confident using your iPad…you’ve got the basics down, you’ve loaded some apps, and you’d like to start letting students use your […]

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