Apple Distinguished Program Site Visit – March 10, 2015

by Randy Ziegenfuss on March 13, 2015

adp-salisbury-tl2014siteAs part of the Apple Distinguished Program initiative, Salisbury Township School District sponsored a site visit on March 10 for educators from Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware to learn about our teaching and learning initiative, TL2020. Over 35 educators from the region convened at Salisbury High School to hear about our 1:1 digital device program now in its four the year.

During the site visit, Dr. Randy Ziegenfuss, Superintendent, Mrs. Lynn Fuini-Hetten, Supervisor of Instructional Practice, and Mr. Christopher Smith, Coordinator of Technology, reviewed the goals and various other aspects of the program including the importance of board support, professional development, evaluation and assessment, and next steps. The centerpiece of the morning included the opportunity for visitors to observe classrooms and engage with students and teachers in grades Kindergarten through 12. The morning concluded with a question and answer session.

Administrators, teachers and students enjoyed the opportunity to share student and teacher work with a wide audience. Visitors provided feedback indicating the visit was a valuable learning opportunity: “I really appreciated the warmness and culture that is present in your school. Everyone was very helpful and obviously passionate about learning and teaching.”

Visit TL2020.org to learn more about Salisbury’s teaching and learning initiative. And check out the photos and Twitter stream below!

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