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What's new in our schools

Chromebooks
We currently have over 500 Chromebooks being used within BPS. A Chromebook is a personal computer that runs Chrome as an operating system. The device is made to connect quickly to the Internet and supports apps that are on the web. We use Chromebooks to support learning productivity, communication, collaboration and different skill practice.

Apple TV
With Apple TV, you can use AirPlay to wirelessly stream the content on an iPad to any HDTV. Use it to lead a class brainstorm, or walk everyone through a presentation. Your students can connect with Apple TV just as easily, giving them the ability to share projects and other work on the big screen. And with iOS 8, students and teachers can also connect iPad to Apple TV without first connecting to the school network. This means anyone in the class can present or share their work even if they are not on the network or if Apple TV is on a different network.


Electronic Whiteboards
A must have tool in K-12 classrooms developing 21st Century skills. Interactive whiteboards facilitate multisensory learning whether it is a collaboration exercise for math problem solving or a Google Earth tour of the Amazon rainforest.


iPads
Our district currently has over 800 iPads being used in our K-12 schools.


Math Curriculum Devices


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