• FUSD Technology in the News

    Technology in FUSD schools?  It's about learning, not just the technology.  Read more about how FUSD technology initiatives focus on advancing student learning.  


    Apple recognizes FUSD's iREAD Project

    January 19, 2014: Representatives from Apple were in town this week to recognize Flagstaff Unified School District. The tech company presented FUSD with the Distinguished Program Award for the district’s iREAD Project. This story was picked up by Associated Press and published in many leading newspapers and news sites across the US, including the San Francisco Chronicle and Phoenix Republic.

    More iPads in FUSD classrooms inevitable

    January 10, 2014: An Arizona Daily Sun Editorial: Ready or not, Flagstaff’s secondary school classrooms are about to go mobile.

    FUSD middle, high school teachers explore iPads

    December 12, 2013: About 90 middle and high school teachers in Flagstaff Unified School District will get their own iPads n January 2014.

    FUSD Ready to Expand iPad Program

    November 24, 2013: Middle and high school students in Flagstaff Unified School District will soon have mobile, Internet-connected iPads in their classrooms.

    Learning Connections: Managing and Maximizing a Class Set of iPads

    In December 2010, the district awarded a class set of 30 iPads to a team of teachers to explore how daily access to individual computing devices could engage and empower students, support educators, and improve and assess learning—all goals set forth in the U.S. Department of Education’s National Education Technology Plan 2010.

    iPads Revolutionizing Flagstaff Classrooms

    From Thomas fifth grade to Knoles third grade, Sechrist preschool to Coconino 10th grade, students can't get enough of the iPads, or their pocket-sized predecessor and still-popular sister, the iPod.

    Technology, Coaching, and Community: Power Partners for Improved Professional Development in Primary and Secondary Education.

    • Introduction to three coaching models that provide highly effective professional development
    • 10 tips for leveraging technology, coaching, and community
    • 5 key benefits that result from the integration of technology, coaching, and community

    Wireless and Interactive: FUSD Goes High-Tech

    Increasingly, schools around Flagstaff are adopting technology beyond computers, in the classroom. Teachers use interactive whiteboards and iPads in their lessons.