Responsibilities of HMC1 Technology Department:
Student Learning - Provide students with the tools needed to personalize their learning, develop 21st century skills, be college and career ready and responsible digital citizens.
Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment - Aligned with standards, research-based, and enriched through authentic, real-world problem solving curriculum that leverages the power of online resources to insure all learners succeed.
Use of Time - Stuent centric learning that adapts to meet the needs, pace, interest, and preferences of the learner
Technology, Networks, and Hardware - The infrastructure that supports digital equity, quality and availability of technology tools, resources, data and supportive systems that increase teaching opportuities and promote efficiency.
Data and Privacy - Sound data governance policies are in place to ensure that educational professionals have the resources, trainings, and services available to build their awareness and capacity for data-informed decision making.
Community Partnerships - The district leverages digital communication, online communities, social media, and digital learning environments to advance the district's learning goals with the local and global community.
Professional Learning - As a Future Ready District HMC1 provides technology and digital learning that expands access to high-quality, ongoing, job-emedded opportunities fpr professional learning for teachers, administrators, and staff throughout the district.
Budget and Resources - The transition to digital learning requires strategic short-term and long-term planning. The 5 Year Strategic Plan reflects the alignment of this vision with the financial committment to see it through.
Empowered, Innovative Leadership - HMC1 leadership has a proven, shared, forward-thinking vision for digital learning. We are building a culture of collaboration, innovation, capacity building, and empowerment where high expectations for evidence-based transformations to digital learning are taking place.