Staff

Middle School Ready 1:1 pilot applications

Garland ISD is conducting a Middle School Ready 1:1 pilot for the 2017–2018 school year. The purpose of this pilot is to support the integration of 1:1 cart-based devices into classroom instruction.

The pilot will focus on utilizing classroom cart-based systems and will enable the departments of Technology, Curriculum and Instruction and Organizational Learning additional insight and feedback into how to support and scale the Middle School Ready 1:1 program.

Please complete the online pilot application no later than July 12th. Teachers selected for the pilot will be notified via email by July 21st. 

Apply online

Explore this page and other pages in the Staff section to find resources and information to support you in your role as a district employee.

Resources

 

Resource

Description

 Outlook.Outlook Webmail

Manage email online from any device


PDF iconEmail Filter User Guide

 Oracle.Oracle self-servicePaycheck, W2, registration, and more
Absence Management (Aesop).Absence Management (formerly Aesop)

Submit absences and look for openings

Employee Absence Management User Help Guide

Substitute Absence Management User Help Guide

School Net.Schoolnet

Curriculum

 Schoolnet upgrade completed
See the upgrade summary to learn about new features and what to expect.

True North Logic.T-TESS and T-PESS Appraisal System
Skyward.SkywardGrades, attendance, and more
 Safari Montage.Safari MontageHome access to manage and view videos
 Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (V D I).VDI (Virtual desktop infrastructure)

Home access to network resources

PDF iconVDI User Guide

 Curriculum Online Planner

District curriculum system

McGraw Hill ConnectED. McGraw-Hill connectED

Lesson planning, preparation and more

i 3 Learning.i3 Learning

Innovate your instruction by learning about the best digital practices and tools for the 21st-century classroom. Enjoy webinars created for teachers, by teachers.

Atomic learning logoAtomic Learning

These education-focused resources address some of today's most common challenges, including: college- and career-readiness, student engagement, and changing instructional approaches.