Technology K-8th Grade » Technology

Technology

 
​1:1 Device Ratio in grades 2-8 (Chrome books and Mac books). 1:2 i-Pad ratio in Kindergarten and 1st grade.
 
Curriculum aligned with ISTE Standards for Computer Science in all grades and divided into 3 Core Components:
 

Digital Citizenship ​and Literacy

Technology Integration into​ Core Curriculum Instruction

Programming, Coding, CS Fundamentals

 
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Middle School Students investigate digital literacy topics and create presentations to share their findings.
 
Check out our
digital News Edition

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Students use Google Maps for Book Reports, Docs for Essay writing, Drawing for Posters, Sheets for Math Calculations, Slides for Presentations.
 
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Martina Chapman  • Technology Instructor and Coordinator

      Ms. Chapman puts the focus on 'RESPECT' and 'PROTECT' as two fundamental concepts to teach children when using technology. 
Ms. Chapman hopes to inspire our K-8 students to think critically and creatively using the medium of technology.  She believes that technology can be used to create unique experiences that spark cross-curriculum learning. 
​Specifically Ms. Chapman teaches digital citizenship and literacy, supports grade level content by working closely with teachers to integrate the use of technology into their curriculum. Coding and programming with the introduction of Computer Science concepts start in Kindergarten and get adopted and deepened in higher grades through a variety of robotics activities and coding challenges.
​She is a certified Common Sense Media Educator, a Google Certified Educator, a Seesaw Ambassador and she mentors girls for the Technovation competition.

    Ms. Chapman is originally from Austria and spent many years in Italy before arriving in San Francisco in 1999. She became a German and Italian language instructor while her two sons were young. She has earned a Multiple Subject Teaching Credential and has taught in San Francisco schools. 
    Ms.Chapman is very excited to be part of the St. Paul's community. 
 
She can be reached at: mchapman@stpaulsf.net