The goal of this project is to provide amplification in the upper grade classrooms so that students can overcome acoustic obstacles and achieve greater academic success. The CAT is a whole room audio system that allows the teacher’s voice to be amplified and heard regardless of where the students are seated in the classroom.
The idea of the Seating Solutions Project is ideal for children with special needs, low tone, or processing disorders. The Ball Chairs and Beanie Bottoms encourage movements to keep student’s mind and body active. The chairs build core muscles which support learning and activate breathing patterns. The Beany Bottoms allow sitting on the floor more […]
Hovercam T3 document cameras, project text onto a Smartboard by hovering over it, allow projects to be seen by the whole class. These cameras project and enlarge items so that everyone in the class can view them at the same time. The camera will be used to view/analyze, mentor, share, examine and illustrate text. Four […]
To help support reading comprehension, special education teachers, were awarded this grant which purchased books written at lower readability levels, with topics to meet students interest and develop comprehension. It allows teachers to continue to incorporate guided reading and book clubs in their classrooms while engaging the students in leveled reading books with age-appropriate content.
This grant allows trained Reading Specialist the opportunity to utilize the technological beneﬁts of the iPads with students in small group and duing in-class support times. Teachers will be able to use existing programs to target student speciﬁc areas of need.