The Apple Project provides student access to iPads for increasing student engagement in reading, writing, math, and science. The Apple Project offers collaboration with district departments, professional learning on technology integration, instructional best practices, and successful pedagogy on creation-based use in the classroom, through the Technology Integration Matrix.
Hardware and Software
The Title I Technology Department provides, installs, maintains, and services iDevices supplemented by the Federal Grant in Title I Schools.
If you are experiencing an issue with your iDevice hardware or software, please contact your DLTL or place a Title I Service Request*.
*Please write "Title I Apple" in the description box to begin describing your issue on the service ticket to ensure timely processing by the Title I USAs.
Schools and teachers who are interested in learning more about how to integrate iPads in the Classroom can reach out to Monica Prather for more information. Professional Learning opportunities range from classroom visits, modeling, team planning, PLCs, faculty meetings, district trainings, and even online courses.