From the Editor’s Desk: High Schools, Part 2: Judi Day, and the Video-Linked Classroom

       Judi Day taught mathematics at Lafayette High School, specifically upper level courses such as calculus, retiring several years ago. Two weeks ago (Wednesday, April 17,  2013) she succumbed to cancer. She was a first-rate teacher, and will be missed by those who Continue reading From the Editor’s Desk: High Schools, Part 2: Judi Day, and the Video-Linked Classroom

Here to Serve!

Greetings from the Office of Instructional Technology!  I hope that everyone’s year has gotten off to a great start.  It’s hard to believe that school has only been in session for a few weeks.  The school year has certainly been Continue reading Here to Serve!

Internet Safety, Video conferencing, iSchool and More …

Finally … Labor Day weekend … that point in the year where the “beginning of school” is over, and you’ve finally settled into a comfortable daily rhythm. Hopefully, that comfort means your thoughts are now turning towards technology integration, which Continue reading Internet Safety, Video conferencing, iSchool and More …

Rosa Parks Elementary: Off to the Races with Videoconferencing!

While October always signals the arrival of the Keeneland Fall meet, this year it also marks the start of the first video conference with a content provider. Rosa Parks Elementary surged out of the gates with a presentation from the Continue reading Rosa Parks Elementary: Off to the Races with Videoconferencing!