A video tutorial shows how to teach children to skate on the internet using a simple game, while a teacher uses a device to teach them how to read and write.
The videos are being shared by the school district as part of a project that aims to improve the learning experience for students at one of the city’s public schools.
The goal is to provide an immersive learning environment for students who might not have access to that same experience in traditional settings.
The district has partnered with local education and media companies to develop video content for a new Learning Management System (LMS), which will allow students to learn online through video.
The system will enable students to interact with their classmates online and in real time, while providing feedback for problems and problems that occur.
The school district has already started using the new system for some students, but has also been working on a new system to use more broadly, using it for all students.
The new system is expected to be released this summer.
“We think it’s important to give kids an opportunity to learn in this new environment,” said Jennifer Peebles, director of education and technology for the district.
“It’s a new way of learning for kids that they haven’t had before, and we’re excited to have them.”
Peebles said that many of the videos will be part of the district’s new online learning platform, called the Learning Lab, which will also be able to stream and share videos of its online classes.
The learning technology will be able learn from videos that are shared by other schools, including some that are in other parts of the country.
“It’s the same process that schools use to teach their students online,” Peeples said.
“The students that come to school will have their own online learning experience.
It’s not just a video that you take to the school, it’s a learning experience that they can access through a video.”
The new learning technology, which is being developed with local technology companies, will be integrated with the district curriculum, Peeble said.
The Learning Lab will allow parents and educators to connect directly with the teachers, so that they’ll be able take the time to teach students, and the students will have access and feedback, P.J. Kuehn, a district spokesperson, said.
Peeples told Recode the district plans to use the LMS to help create a learning environment that can be shared across all the district schools, whether it be online or offline.
“There are many, many opportunities to help students learn online that don’t involve using technology,” P.L. Peeks said.