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How does technology integration work in the AVRCE?

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How is technology integration delivered in the AVRCE?

As a division of the AVRCE, Educational Technology promotes the use of technology as a tool to support all learners. As technology is embedded in all aspects of society, we work closely with all divisions to ensure technology is delivered in an engaging and thoughtful manner. We work in all corners of the school setting, from achievement of outcomes to administration. Our goals not only focus on the technology, but its ethical and responsible use in the classroom and beyond.


We also work closely with our technical staff in Information Technology (IT) to provide the best tools with as few barriers as possible. The last few years have seen a great deal of change in the technology landscape with more resources going online and more personal devices in the hands of students. The infrastructure and professional support to deal with this new reality remains a challenge - but this also provides a great deal of opportunity as we find new ways to meet the needs of our students.


There are ICT Outcomes for grades 7-12, grades 4-6, and grades P-3.


Educational Technology and Student Data

Ryan Hainstock - Coordinator of Literacy, Educational Technology and Student Data

Janet Kroezen - Secretary to the Coordinator of Educational Technology and Coordinator of IT

Mark Richards - Consultant of Educational Technology and Students Data

Doug Jackson - Consultant of Student Information Systems

Courtney Daniels - P-6 Technology Integration Mentor for Integrated Curriculum



(902) 824-1546


Educational Technology and Student Data Division

121 Orchard Avenue

Berwick, Nova Scotia

B0P 1E0

(902) 538-4600