One-to-World Learning in Farmingdale
Farmingdale Schools has implemented a One-to-World Learning Initiative to give teachers and students the tools to personalize learning and to achieve the level of rigorous instruction required for the successful implementation of the curriculum standards and, ultimately, to prepare students for an ever-changing global society. In addition to greater access, students will learn various skills that prepare them to use technology in varied and productive ways. These uses include:
- Composing and revising written works
- Creating multimedia presentations
- Participating in cooperative learning projects
- Organizing school work and digital files
- Completing assessments and reviewing teacher feedback
- Researching and evaluating the validity of sources
Farmingdale Principles of Practice
Students Will Be Intelligent Consumers of Content
Today’s students are growing up in an information-rich environment. There is so much information, in fact, that it can tend to be overwhelming - even for adults. One-to-World will create efficient consumers of information, ensuring students get the most possible value from the access to unlimited information under the guidance of teachers and librarians.
Create Opportunities for Quality Feedback For Students and Parents
We know that feedback has a fundamental influence on student achievement. It enables students to learn from their mistakes and become well-rounded learners. One-to-World streamlines the feedback process, making it easier than ever for teachers and students to have beneficial communication.
Students Will be Self-Reflective Regulators of Their Learning
Learning is no longer limited to the classroom or homework; all activity online is an opportunity for expanded learning for augmented education. One-to-World will help teach students to regulate their personal learning, intuitively filtering content for value.
Provide a Personalized Learning Initiative for Each Student
Every student learns differently and teachers have long-since moved past the one-size-fits-all method of education. One-to-World will empower teachers to personalize learning plans, and it will give them access to students’ screens to see where they need help.
Information & Resources
- Chromebook FAQs
Since 2016 we have been compiling a list of our most frequently asked questions.
- Submit a Question to our Team
Don't see your question/answer in our FAQ? Submit your question using our form and someone will get back to you.
- Student Chromebook Support - Daler Depot
Students in Grades 6-12 can visit Daler Depot for all your Chromebook support needs.
- Digital Citizenship Resources for Parents
- Web Filtering for Students
This document provides an overview of how students are filtered in school and out of school using their Chromebook.
- Parent Data Bill of Rights for Data Privacy and Security
- Parent Data Bill of Rights - Supplemental Information
- ISTE Student Standards
Today’s students must be prepared to thrive in a constantly evolving technological landscape.
- Internet/Computer Network Policies
Conditions for use of technology resources in our district.
Student Acceptable Use Policy 4526
Internet Safety Policy 4526.1
- NYS Approved Technology Plan 2015-2018
- Chromebook FAQs
During the last week of August, Farmingdale School District hosted its 8th annual One-to-World Summer Technology and Learning Institute at Farmingdale High School. All K-12 teachers were invited to participate in the three-day program, which gives both new and veteran educators the opportunity to advance their classroom technology skills and develop innovative practices for the incoming school year.
Approximately two thousand new Chromebooks are in the process of being distributed to select grades in the Farmingdale School District for the 2018-19 school year. Grades 10-12 were given the opportunity to pick up their computers prior to the start of classes, and all elementary students (grades 3-4) will receive their Chromebooks during the first week of school.
Food-prep videos have become all the rage on social media. Shot from an overhead point of view, these instructional videos are sped up to show viewers how to prepare a variety of recipes in mere seconds—and they sparked a lesson plan for Family and Consumer Science teacher Dr. Jeanne Kuhner.
Flipgrid’s Student Voice Bus Tour rolls into Woodward Parkway Elementary School during Teacher Appreciation Week
When Farmingdale School District’s Instructional Coach for Digital Learning, Bonnie McClelland, was introduced to Flipgrid—a video discussion platform for students—she, well… flipped! She immediately saw its potential to grow student engagement and promptly reached out to its creators to develop new ways to use it at the district.