Educational Technology/Computers

  Student interacting with a tablet computer

Supervisor of Arts and Technology: Patricia Rowe

[email protected] 

MTPS Digital Learning/Technology Vision:

All students will be prepared to meet the challenge of a dynamic global society in which they participate, contribute, and achieve through universal access using discipline-specific practices. This will allow for flexibly advancing the learning of all students toward attainment of college and career-readiness standards.

Educational Technology within Moorestown creates a systematic integration of technology across the curriculum and in the teaching and learning process fosters a population that leverages 21st century resources to:

  • Apply information-literacy skills to access, manage, and communicate information using a range of emerging technological tools.
  • Think critically and creatively to solve problems, synthesize and create new knowledge, and make informed decisions that affect individuals, the world community, and the environment.
  • Gain enhanced understanding of global interdependencies as well as multiple cultural perspectives, differing points of view, and diverse values.
  • Employ a systemic approach to understand the design process, the designed world, and the interrelationship and impact of technologies.
  • Model digital citizenship.

NJ Student Learning Standards for Technology

Online Resources
 The following website links are to be used for student enrichment purposes. These resources are simply for additional opportunities for exploration of concepts.  The Arts and Technology Department staff may use some of these sites within their classrooms as well as a variety of other resources to enrich learning. 
Websites provided below may contain content or advertisements that are not endorsed by Moorestown Township Board of Education.