Nauset Public Schools to host Citizens Technology Forum on October 24

Interested citizens, parents of Nauset students encouraged to attend

The Nauset Public School District continues to look ahead and develop ways to prepare their students for the future. To that end, Nauset will be hosting a Citizens Technology Forum on Thursday, October 24 at Nauset Regional Middle School in Orleans.

The forum is open to all residents of Nauset District towns, parents and families of students in those towns and the parents and families from other towns who are sending their children to a Nauset District school through the School Choice program.

The forum brings together school administrators and staff and community members to work jointly on a technology vision for Nauset schools from K-12.

According to Assistant Superintendent Keith Gauley, organizers have specific goals set for the forum:

  • Integration: How to best integrate technology into the curriculum, instruction and assessment practices
  • Coursework: Types of technology-focused courses to be offered to middle and high school students including web and graphic design, app creation, musical technology and 3D design.
  • Required Benchmark Feedback: How best to provide feedback on required benchmarks including technology literacy, professional development and accessibility.
  • Resources: How best to acquire, maintain and sustain resources including trained staff and equipment

The work done at the October 24 forum will help the district's Technology Committee, a sub-committee of the Nauset Region School Committee, forge a technology plan for all grades at Nauset.


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