Technology & Learning Innovation

Technology Vision: At FDR we use technology to strengthen our capacity to learn and build our community.

Technology and Learning Innovation at Colegio Roosevelt is an integral part of the school mission, vision and core values. Colegio Roosevelt will use technologies to significantly enhance learning experiences, empower students to pursue personalized learning paths and increase community interaction to achieve our mission and strategic objectives.

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Learning Innovation Blog

Teaching Social Justice with 'Break the Box'

We have all seen the news as of late. Across the United States and many other countries, people are taking to the streets to demand action towards ending racial injustice in society

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Real Skills For The Real World!

Educators often grapple with the dilemma of how much our work should focus on preparing students for life in the "real world"

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Empowered Students

It began as a teacher-directed station but it has evolved now to be absolutely run by the students.  It is amazing to see how kids feel empowered when they are trusted with a responsibility that will impact other students.


Digital Citizenship Tip for Parents
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TLI Programs

Bring Your Own Laptop - BYOL





Digital Citizenship Agreement (DCA) 2020-21:

Worth Sharing News

Student Success with Unified Technology

“Our biggest goal that excites us is to be able to work with a company that clearly shares that same goal,” says Austin Miller-Siple, the district’s Director of Technology. “PowerSchool Unified Classroom is built around student learning. There’s a clear understanding when you get into Unified Classroom and start to delve in deeper into assessment, into the learning page, into the gradebook, that there’s a lot of focus and time spent understanding student learning, how students learn, and how they’re going to interact with the software.”

Microsoft Buys Video-Discussion Platform Flipgrid

A video-discussion platform originally started by a University of Minnesota professor to keep in touch with students for a course he was teaching has been purchased by tech giant Microsoft.

The tool, called Flipgrid, is based on a simple idea—that people on a team (or in a class) might want to share short videos within their group but not with the whole internet. You’d think that could be done with YouTube or Vimeo but, at least today, those platforms don’t make it easy to share a video with a small group of users while keeping everyone else out. So that’s basically all Flipgrid does. And it has grown quickly in K-12 and higher education—its leaders say it has 20 million users and has been used in more than 50,000 classrooms.