Digital Learning Toolbox
What is the Digital Learning Toolbox?
District Supported EdTech Tools - Recommended and encouraged by the District for use as a digital learning tool. The paid version is provided. Professional development provided, help and support provided, automatic class rostering and sign-on through Classlink is supported for most applications and all apps are available in Classlink.
The District student acceptable use agreement signed by parents DOES provide for District level creation and management of accounts for children under 13.
Curriculum and Instruction Technology - These resources are paid for by Hutto ISD and recommended for use as curriculum-based digital learning tools and subject content. The Hutto ISD Student Acceptable Use Agreement signed by parents DOES provide for district-level creation and management of accounts for children under 13.
Hutto ISD provides professional development, recommendations, and support in the use of these applications. Automatic class rostering and sign-on through Classlink are supported when applicable.
District Allowed EdTech Tools - The free version of the application is recommended as an additional digital learning tool if it meets a need not met by a District Recommended application. The paid version is not allowed for purchase within the District. Professional development, help, and support are provided on a best effort basis.
The District student acceptable use agreement signed by parents does NOT provide authorization for students under 13 to create accounts (or to have the teacher create accounts) for these applications if creating an account is required.
AI Corner - AI is quickly growing and will play a bigger role in the future.
Visit the AI Corner to learn more about AI, suggested tools, how to use it effectively, sample prompts to use, teacher success stories, etc.
We encourage staff to begin exploring AI in a safe manner and to become familiar with how it works.