ILT are initials for Independent Learning Time. At some point in our class you will have some extra time, usually because you finished an activity early after doing your best on it. Or, you may be in Lab 16 for Advisory and you need something to work on as you are all caught up with your classwork. This extra time is what we consider ILT. The complete ILT policy is listed below, called ILT Procedures Descriptions. There are a few things that we need to highlight. First, ILT is NOT free time - you are only allowed to go to the choices that are outlined below. If you are choosing to spend ILT online, you may ONLY pick from the choices that are available from the ILT Online Choices in the various categories listed below. Be sure to read each choice carefully. Some sites are labeled with "LS" at the end of it. That means that the link is "specific", which tells us that we may only go to pages that are directly part of that resource, not wandering off to advertising links or links to other web sites.
ILT Online Choices
Remember, if there is a "ls" at the end of the site name, that means it is link specific and you are not to click on other links to other webpages.
-Cool Math Chess LS
-Cool Math Checkers LS
-Cool Math Connect 4 LS
-99 Balls LS
-Bloons Tower Defense 5 LS
-Free Typing Game
This independent learning option give you the opportunity to take your programming experience to the next level. Both CodeAcademy and SoloLearn allow learners to experience different programming languages of their choosing. If you are interested in this option, take some time to explore the resources above. Each service offers some different programming languages, and each web resource is a little different in their style of presentation. Think about what option is right for you. Not sure what programming language to choose? Be sure to read the short descriptions about each language to see what it is used for and what might interest you.
Click the title above to go to tweentribune.com, a current events site for students just like you, written by students just like you. You will find articles covering a wide variety of topics written from the perspective of young people your age. Check it out!Social Studies/History/Civics
iCivics - This site has some great simulation games simulating different aspects of government and history. It does require that you make an account, including an email address.
Arcademic Skill Builders (math)
Tweentribune.com (Current Events)
typingweb.com games (keyboarding)
Jigsaw Planet (puzzles)
School work from another class
Silent Reading (find a quiet spot in the room)
Free draw or quiet activity you would like to work on.