One-to-World  Instruction & Learning

RBHS One-2-World program - Each Young King has a device to use in each of his core subject classrooms. A mobile cart is available in his encore classrooms.

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Log-in credentials to your laptop:

Username: Student ID #
Password: Six-digit birthday

Log-in credentials to DCPS Clever:

Username: Student ID #
Password: Six-digit birthday

Log-in credentials to DCPS Canvas LMS (Learning Management System):

Username: Student ID #
Password: Six-digit birthday

Welcome to the RBHS One-to-World Passport for educational exploration.

The One-to-World Passport provides information and resources to help students and teachers understand how to be responsible and informed personal device users for the purposes of instruction and learning through content, contribution, creation, connection collaboration, communication, community, culture, and continual learning.** 

If you are ready for the educational bon voyage, follow the link below. The materials on this website were created by RBHS staff and Young Kings.

Students Ready for Exploration?

Go to this page on DCPS Canvas and enroll in the course if you have not already. 
Instructions for starting the One-to-World Passport travel are posted there.

Teachers Ready for EDTech Exploration?

Go to the Canvas Edtechenergy page for edtech instructional and assessment strategies and resources.


Ron Brown High School Acceptable Use Policy (AUP)

RBHS recognizes how valuable the appropriate use of technology is to improving teaching and learning in the 21st century. Accordingly, RBHS has made a significant commitment to integrating technological advances into the school program to enhance Young Kings’ learning experiences. RBHS provides access to the digital assets hosted on the district and school’s file servers, district-approved applications, and Internet services from every computer connected to the RBHS network. Understanding and following the RBHS Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) allows us to maintain a respectful, effective, responsible, accountable, civil, moral, and safe teaching and learning environment.

Click here to view the RBHS Acceptable Use Policy (AUP).

Attribution:
**"The Seven C's of Learning" by Will Richardson, District Administration, found at this link.