Instructional Technology

The primary role of the Instructional Technology Department is to support, train, and assist school personnel in the use of digital tools/ technology for instruction and learning. To do this, we conduct training, disseminate information by email and video tutorials, manage teacher and student accounts in various instructional software applications, and troubleshoot user problems within those applications.  We also promote student use of digital tools/technology for learning. To do this, we work closely with curriculum, professional learning, administrators, and teachers to plan for the integration of technology into all facets of the curriculum and learning environment.

Evans County School System continually expands available resources for instructional technology integration which includes wireless devices such as iPads and Chromebooks. Educators and students have access to Google Apps for Education and other collaborative initiatives. Each school offers various instructional technology resources. Examples of resources provided are found below.


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