UNIS Hanoi Guest WIFI
Technology Integrated Learning
UNIS Hanoi strives to create learning experiences where technology is integrated through all curriculum areas in the context of classroom learning. The school implements a 1:1 programme from Grades 4-8 and Bring your Own Device programme (BYOD) for Grades 9-12 with access to a variety of technology devices.
We seek to equip the students with the skills and knowledge they need to learn and live productively in an increasingly digital world. Our aspiration for tech integration comes from the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE 2016 Standards for Students).
School Information Systems
UNIS Hanoi uses a variety of intuitive online systems for school administration and for your child/ren’s teaching and learning. Below is a brief description of a few of the main systems.
Veracross is our primary School information management system used to view student classes & schedules, reports, open grade book (HS only), assessment calendar, school announcements, community directory, update family information and sign up for conferences.
CHQ is our Activities registration and scheduling system.
Campus Card Online allows parents to deposit funds into their family account for cafeteria purchases.
PowerSchool Learning is a digital learning platform for Middle School/High School students. Parents have access to view class resources and assignments through PowerSchool Learning.
Note: Parents and students will receive login information separately as part of the school orientation process.
Technology Information Sessions for Parents
As part of the Orientation Schedule, parents in ES, MS and HS will have the opportunity to take part in UNIS Hanoi's Technology Information Sessions.
The Tech Team will show you how to navigate through the systems mentioned above and answer any questions you have.
In addition, the Tech Team will introduce you to the school's digital calendar, library online resources and other important elements of the website.
Both Tech Sessions cover all the basics, but offer a slightly different perspective.
For families that begin after the August/January Tech Session that need additional support may contact Admissions with questions they may have.
The Technology Handbook gives students and parents practical information about device use, digital ethics and user agreements (which are signed digitally).