Students

CMI provides students with a wide variety of educational opportunities, including digital resources to support their learning and to help promote creative and critical thinking.

Among these are the following technology tools:

Google for Education (G Suite):  a comprehensive suite of collaborative technology tools (used by grade 3 and up)

Google Classroom:  an online classroom and workflow management system designed to save time, keep classes organized, and improve communication between teachers and students (used by grade 3 and up)

DC Public Library resources:  an online collection of digital resources and databases

BrainPOP:  a library of engaging videos and interactives that provide background information on a wide variety of topics (grade 4 and up)

Code.org:  a collection of self-paced courses and tutorials to help students of all ages learn computer programming

Common Sense Digital Citizenship:  interactives that help students learn best practice in topics of digital citizenship such as internet safety, privacy, cyberbullying, and copyright (see grade recommendations)

Dance Mat Typing: engaging keyboarding practice for young students (grade 1 and up)

IXL:  an adaptive learning program used at CMI for individualized practice and support in reading and math

Khan Academy:  a self-paced, online learning platform for math and other content areas

Newsela:  a collection of daily news stories that provide learning content aligned to each student’s reading level

Scratch: a programming language that teaches students to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively while creating stories, games, and animation using the Scratch editor

Scratch Jr.:  an introductory programming language that enables young children to create their own interactive stories and games; available as a free app for both iPad and Android tablets

Seesaw:  a digital portfolio and communications platform for documenting and sharing student work

Storia School Edition:  a comprehensive ebook collection for students

Typing Club: engaging lessons and games that help students learn keyboarding

Disclaimer:  these links are being provided as a convenience and for informational purposes only; they do not constitute an endorsement or an approval by CMI of any of the products, services or opinions of the corporation or organization or individual.

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