In this video, STLs at Castle Dome Middle School in Yuma, AZ explain what it means to be an STL and how they help students and staff at their school.
Treasure Mountain Junior High School's GenYES Team presented the GenYES program at Park City's annual Ideas to Impact showcase. Donors to the Park City Education Foundation which funded GenYES got to meet the STLs and learn about how GenYES is helping Park City School District.
STLs can be seen around Jefferson Middle School fixing Promethean boards, working with teachers, troubleshooting laptops, and just about everything else techy!
An STL from Mary A. Otondo teaches a teacher during Yuma Elementary School District One's Professional Development Day. (Photo courtesy of Terry Lowe)
The Alliance for College Ready Public Schools mandated that all students grades 6-11 would receive an iPad loaded with digital curriculum to prepare students for college success and beyond. These STLs distributed the devices during the 1:1 rollout and provided maintenance and troubleshooting for the 5-year project.
See Shadow Mountain High School's GenYES STLs in action! Shadow Mountain began GenYES in 2008 and the program is still going strong today. STLs in this video explain what they do and showcase the professional development they've given to teachers.
Upper elementary and middle school students in Olympia, Washington, help veteran and prospective educators include technology in their lessons to enhance learning as part of the national Generation YES program.
The STLs at Bernhard Moos Elementary School wired and prepared an entire computer lab from scratch to be used by students and teachers at their school.
The CUE Conference is the largest and oldest education technology conference in California, and among its presenters are Generation YES Student Technology Leaders. Our STLs have presented at many conferences around the nation.