Instructional Technology Specialists (ITS)
Beth Knittle and Michele Dinn are eager to work with you and your students. We can support you in class or consult one with you one-on-one about ways to integrate and embed technology into your learning environment. We are also excited to work with grade level teams, departments, PLCs or pull together a group of colleagues to learn together.
Click on one of the links below to schedule an appointment. When filling out an appointment request be sure to let us know the topic to be discussed, as well as, preferred meeting location (Google Meet, in person, school and room, or meet at the Innovation Learning Lab (BHS 2300A, Library Mezzanine).
Looking forward to learning with you.
To learn more, check out What Your ITS Can Do For You...
We have resources designed to support district staff in their personal and professional growth as educators. Our focus is to enable educators to harness the power of technology and the wealth of information accessible online to provide personalized and engaging learning opportunities to all students.
Our workspace serves as an office, professional library, meeting, and learning space. The Instructional Technology Team hosts a professional lending library. The collection contains books on Ed tech, Instructional design, supporting English learners, Special Education, Assistive technology, creating media etc. BPS staff can search for books and request a loan on the BHS Library page, check out the catalog, fill out the Book Request Form and the book will be sent to you through interoffice mail.
- iPad Pros
- Virtual Reality
The lab hosts a lending library comprised of department books and our personal collections. Books cover a range of topics regarding technology, English language learners, special education, differentiating instruction, Maker education, etc. Come browse and read in our reading nook, find something you want to delve into deeper, check out a book.
- Bring some colleagues along to use the huddle station for collaborative work
- Learn about the different devices and apps available
- Brush up on the new Digital Literacy and Computer Science frameworks required for all students K-12
- "Play" with a robot and stretch your computational thinking skills
- Learn for the sake of learning, because learning is FUN!
We are located at Barnstable High School in room 2300 A, on the library mezzanine.