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Educational Technology and Libraries

Director: Scott Moore 
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Overview

The K-12 Educational Technology Department is responsible for planning, coordinating, implementing, managing and evaluating the Instructional Technology program which includes: integrating technology in all grades across all curriculum areas; providing relevant professional development opportunities for teachers, support staff, administrators, and curriculum coordinators; recommending, purchasing, and implementing hardware, software, and peripherals that support the curriculum and the Public Schools of Brookline's Technology Plan; and updating and maintaining the district web site.

Learning Expectations

Go to K-8 Learning Expectations

Go to 9-12 Libraries and Educational Technology Course Syllabi

Educational Technology Program Review

Every curriculum and program area is involved in a continuous Program Review process. Phase I and Phase II of Program Review include an examination of the current state of the program/curriculum area and the development of an action plan for program improvement. Implementation of the action plan and on-going data gathering are the work of Phase III/IV. Links to Phase I and II reports and presentations to the School Committee are provided below.

Go to Educational Technology Program Review