WCS educators get lessons on technology
PARKERSBURG — Teachers and administrators throughout Wood County are gathering this week at Parkersburg High School to improve their technology skills.
Wood County Schools Tech Week allows educators to learn from one another in a variety of areas, from robots to coding to 3D printing and beyond.
Every Wood County student in grades K-8 will have an Apple iPad assigned to them in the 2019-20 school year, said Curriculum Director Christie Willis.
“The teachers are learning the opportunities and functionalities the new Apple products can bring into their classrooms,” she said.
The technology trainings are provided through Title II and Title IV state and federal funds.
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