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Spotlightson Instructional Technology


(Grades 5-12)

Earlier this fall, the high schools began utilizing All in Learning and Bright Space (D2L) as applications to administer more common assessments and analyze data more efficiently.   We recommend that teachers use ExamView items/tests to import into these applications due to functionality and reducing rework in the future. The Park Hill School District has an entirely new updated bank of thousands of ExamView items that align to any new curriculum, specifically Missouri Learning Standards/Common Core.  These items are a great way to provide you information about student learning of specific standards in your course.

To access these ExamView banks, our ITF team has created an excellent resource of documents and “how to” videos.  Below is the link to the webpage of documents and “how to” screencast videos.   

Park Hill ExamView Resources 


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Atomic Learning

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It's never been easier to learn to integrate technology into the classroom. Park Hill has partnered with Atomic Learning to provide the highest quality technology training resources available.

Atomic Learning resources offer all teachers and staff the opportunity to access technology-focused professional development resources 24 hours a day, seven days a week--ensuring you have the answers you and your students need, exactly when and where you need them.

Ready to get started?
Simply click the graphic above to begin.  If you are not logged into the Park Hill network you will be prompted to do so before you may begin. You may also access the site through the district portal by and then clicking on the Atomic Learning icon to launch the program.

1:1 Student learning

1:1 Student Learning has expanded to Congress and Lakeview Middle Schools for the 2015-16 school year. All students in 5th thru 8th grades have their own laptop to maximize learning opportunities during and outside the school day.

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