The dates for this year’s Gulf Regional Instructional Technology Conference have been set. The conference will take place on July 25th and 26th at Robertsdale Elementary School. The times will still be from 8am to 3pm. The past few years have seen great attendance and we hope to see everyone there again this year. In the [...]
Registration is now open for the 3rd annual Gulf Regional Instructional Technology Conference (GRITC) on July 26 & 27 at Robertsdale Elementary School. This conference brings state and local presenters to Baldwin County teachers and administrators to provide professional development on a variety of technology integration topics.
Conference sessions include innovative technology integration ideas and content [...]
Due to recent and pending infrastructure enhancements to our district’s wide area network (WAN), we now have more bandwidth available for Internet access.
This has enabled us to unblock the website categories of “Music” and “Audio/Video” on the administrative (not the student) side of the network.
Teacher workstations can now access sites such as
These sites are now [...]
After a year of work School Improvement Facilitators Gary Kubina and Liz Ray have reached a milestone in their quest to provide videos for students and teachers who need help with math lessons.
“We are pleased to let you know that instructional videos have been completed for each of the ARMT math standards in grades 4 [...]
“GRITC was an incredible opportunity to experience technology that could be immediately implemented in the classroom.” Comments such as this from Spanish Fort Middle School teacher Tracey Wall proved that the second annual Gulf Regional Instructional Technology Conference (GRITC) was a big hit with teachers in Baldwin CountyTeachers from all grades and subjects gathered at [...]
It is hard to believe the school year is nearing completion. This Year End Checklist is for every teacher and school employee with a computer. The checklist should be completed by each person before leaving for the summer. Doing so will prevent data loss from PC as well as ensure PCs are [...]
IT Services is pleased to announce its new “Best Web Presence” program. Targeting teachers and schools who are maintaining a great web presence and integrating internet resources into their instruction, the program will highlight innovations in teaching and communication.
Each quarter one teacher will be selected from nominations and applications received by IT Services’ Instructional Technology [...]
Baldwin County is hosting its first state wide online learning class. Keith, Mike, and I have launched our Digital Story Telling (DST) class using Moodle. The class opened today and will run until the first week of January. We have almost 30 people registered with 13 of those people being from districts other than our [...]
A blog is now available for BCBE STC’s to use to share ideas and get help.
Visit the STC Blog
On Wednesday, August 2nd, approximately 160 teachers new to the Baldwin County Public Schools district began a 3-day New Teacher Academy. On that first day, the agenda included an orientation to the division of Information Technology Services for the new teachers. Technology Facilitator Keith Kanne, assisted by fellow facilitators Mike Johnson and Jeremy King, presented [...]