Students learning with Chromebooks


Courtesy of Harlan County Schools Students in Kenny Hughes’ third-grade class at Black Mountain Elementary School use newly purchased Google Chromebooks. Hughes completed a “Kahoot” presentation with his students to remediate how to identify the main idea of a passage. The Chromebooks were purchased through the Kentucky Valley Educational Cooperative’s (KVEC) Appalachian Renaissance Initiative (ARI) grant. The ARI grant services students in the seventeen KVEC school districts to improve the quality of education by personalized learning through innovative teaching methods and use of technology.


Courtesy of Harlan County Schools

Students in Kenny Hughes’ third-grade class at Black Mountain Elementary School use newly purchased Google Chromebooks. Hughes completed a “Kahoot” presentation with his students to remediate how to identify the main idea of a passage. The Chromebooks were purchased through the Kentucky Valley Educational Cooperative’s (KVEC) Appalachian Renaissance Initiative (ARI) grant. The ARI grant services students in the seventeen KVEC school districts to improve the quality of education by personalized learning through innovative teaching methods and use of technology.

Courtesy of Harlan County Schools Students in Kenny Hughes’ third-grade class at Black Mountain Elementary School use newly purchased Google Chromebooks. Hughes completed a “Kahoot” presentation with his students to remediate how to identify the main idea of a passage. The Chromebooks were purchased through the Kentucky Valley Educational Cooperative’s (KVEC) Appalachian Renaissance Initiative (ARI) grant. The ARI grant services students in the seventeen KVEC school districts to improve the quality of education by personalized learning through innovative teaching methods and use of technology.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_Chromebooks.jpgCourtesy of Harlan County Schools Students in Kenny Hughes’ third-grade class at Black Mountain Elementary School use newly purchased Google Chromebooks. Hughes completed a “Kahoot” presentation with his students to remediate how to identify the main idea of a passage. The Chromebooks were purchased through the Kentucky Valley Educational Cooperative’s (KVEC) Appalachian Renaissance Initiative (ARI) grant. The ARI grant services students in the seventeen KVEC school districts to improve the quality of education by personalized learning through innovative teaching methods and use of technology.
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