To further enhance the role of technology and differentiation play in the second grade curriculum, this grant provides for two digital cameras and two flip video cameras. The students will be able to use them in all academic areas to allow more visual and motivating photos and videos in everyday learning.
The interactive whiteboard seamlessly blends conventional class learning strategies at the board with the ability to interact, save and edit digital images on a computer. Visual learners see what is taking place as it unfolds, whereas those with poor visual skills benefit from the large display and the ability to highlight parts of an image. […]
For the past several years, the New Providence School District has used the University of Chicago ‘Everyday Mathematics’ project to promote a meaningful mathematical experience for all students as they acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in the 21st century society. The program combines real-life problem solving, multiple methods of instruction, and appropriate […]
Some of the classrooms are currently equipped with mobile laptop carts, which carry six laptops. To increase classroom productivity, the purchase and use of an external mouse allows students to navigate the computer at a much faster pace. When combined with headphones and microphones, it gives the students an even higher level of interaction. The […]
The NPEF grant helped purchase a mobile Smartboard that is an asset to the entire special education population at the Salt Brook School. The students used technology as an important part in creating meaning and relevance in all areas of their learning and the Smartboard helped teachers differentiate the lessons to the needs of all […]