Henrico County Public Schools value the advantage that technology can give teachers and students in the classroom. 21st Century skills is more than an educational buzzword. It is an overarching concept that provides a framework for teachers. They show how a variety of factors in today’s world (technology, globalization, connectivity etc. etc.) have created a demand for skills that leverage both advanced cognitive processes and the ability to effectively choose and use the technologies that maximize results. This bionic combination, this melding of mind and machine, enables the 21st Century learners to deal with the massive amounts of data, the increased fluidity of information and the increasingly complex cognitive demands of today’s world. Either ability in isolation lacks the exponential power delivered when higher order thinking harnesses the correct technology.
Every student at BMS has the opportunity to use their own laptop during class, for homework, and on tests. That being said, safety and awareness online are vital to ensuring the computers are being used appropriately. Is your child being safe online?
Below are some article with some tips and tricks to discussing internet safety with your middle schooler.
For the month of December, our character trait is KINDNESS.
Being KIND means to be caring and to show concern and compassion for others.
You can show KINDNESS through verbal/non-verbal cues.
How do you practice Kindness?
*Bullying, being disrespectful, gossiping and calling other people names are NOT effective ways to show kindness.
REMEMBER!!! Kindness can be shown by the things one says and does.
Brookland Middle School is located in the middle of Henrico County. It was built in 1958 and renovated in 2012. Situated on 33 acres, there are 13 buildings including seven classroom buildings, a gym and activities building, a library, three cafeterias, and an administration building. Learn more through our school profile.
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