Information Technology – Chromebooks, iPads, and Apps

Chromebooks

Information Technology - Chromebooks, iPads, and Apps   Students have access to Chromebooks in the classroom. During days where computer activities are being taught, students will be allowed to use the Chromebooks for online usage.

Online activity is strictly supervised under the DOE and IT department for the State of Hawaii, as well as individual settings set by the IT administrator of your campus. This includes blocking certain sites, games, and so on.

 

Apple Products: iPads, the iMac lab and the App Store

Information Technology - Chromebooks, iPads, and AppsInformation Technology - Chromebooks, iPads, and Apps

 

 

Apple products, as many would know, are becoming more and more common. In the classroom, Apple products also serve a purpose, teaching our students through applications. While the iPad itself is not necessarily a teaching device, we can use the iPad, and other means of technology, to simulate and help students understand information in a different way. This for example includes the use of apps such as:

  • Smarty Ants – An interactive app for student reading, designed for K-12
  • i-Ready – i-Ready is an interactive app that allows students to complete assignment and engage them in learning in a new and exciting way. More can be read here.

Click the images below to go directly to the login page

Information Technology - Chromebooks, iPads, and Apps Information Technology - Chromebooks, iPads, and Apps

 

View our Puuhale Computer AUP Contract here