Technology

TECKNOW CAMP
 
Like no other camp you’ve been to before, you will:
 
: Design, Build, Program, and Operate Robots
: Design, Build and Operate Model Rockets
: Participate in Leadership Activities
: Design a Customized Mouse pad
: Participate in engineering competitions
: Learn Graphic Design Techniques
: Learn Digital Media Skills
 
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Cyber Safety Week

The Internet can be a powerful tool for teaching and learning, and it is important to teach students the proper skills with regards to the Internet. In order to help parents and students navigate this technological frontier, the Clark Advanced Learning Center is observing Internet Safety Week on December 10, 11, 12, 13, and 14.

School Technology Overview

Clark Advanced Learning Center uses technology to embrace the idea of a school community without walls, where learning opportunities are accessible anytime and anywhere. Technology resources help to improve teaching and learning.
 
As the Technology Specialist at Clark Advanced Learning Center, Mr. McCrory coordinates all aspects of the school's technology operations.
 
 

Student Laptops

All students are provided with a laptop computer at no cost for the duration of the school year.
 
Clark is equipped with wireless internet, which offers students access to a large variety of electronic resources. Local and wide area networks are equipped with security driven firewalls, internet filtering capacity, and virus protection.
 
 

Classroom Technology

The latest instructional technology tools are installed in every classroom. These include a one touch AV solution with streaming media, overhead LCD projector, document camera, VHS, DVD, high end video conferencing technology, and SmartBoard equipment.
 
 
 

Technology in the Curriculum

Clark faculty actively uses technology with innovative instructional practices as a powerful teaching tool to enrich learning. Taught in the context of project based thematic learning, students are offered the latest and most exciting opportunities to prepare for the future.

Spotlights

Technology Summer Camp

TecKnow Camp is designed for Martin
County students who have completed
the 6th, 7th or 8th grade by June 2014
and have a minimum 2.0 un-weighted
GPA. Find out more here.

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