E-Learning

Enhancing Learning and Connecting Globally

The Franconian International School believes Information and Communications Technology (ICT) plays an essential role helping students contribute their ideas and insight responsibly to an ever-changing world. At the FIS, the ICT curriculum is used to enhance student learning by developing and applying technology skills in integrated ways. It is based on the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) standards. Technology supports learning by inspiring, connecting, and preparing our students to find creative solutions to challenges.

What Does E-Learning Look Like?

E-Learning at the FIS | Elementary School

Technology teachers support the full integration of ICT in Early Years and Elementary School to ensure all subjects are able to deliver lessons that focus on their content skills plus relevant ICT skills. Students use iPads in class and have access to computer labs, they share their learning on blogs, and use technology to create projects that show their understanding.

Technology allows these students to access information, creatively express themselves, and have shared experiences with peers and experts all over the world.

What Does E-Learning Look Like?

E-Learning at the FIS | Elementary School

Technology teachers support the full integration of ICT in Early Years and Elementary School to ensure all subjects are able to deliver lessons that focus on their content skills plus relevant ICT skills. Students use iPads in class and have access to computer labs, they share their learning on blogs, and use technology to create projects that show their understanding.

Technology allows these students to access information, creatively express themselves, and have shared experiences with peers and experts all over the world.

Frequently Asked Questions

If you have any further questions, please email Allen Lindblad, Director of Educational Technology at allen.lindblad@the-fis.de

Some material in this document was adapted with permission from www.aisr.org.

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