Grants in Action

iPads in the Science Classroom – The Next Step?

Amount: $9,180 | Year: 2011 | School: ,

The goal of this grant it to investigate how the use of iPads in science instruction can encourage student collaboration in the creation and sharing of content, increase student engagement and motivation and help in individualizing instruction. This grant is an extension of a grant from last year where students learned to use the iPads […]

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Book Club Books

Amount: $2,880 | Year: 2011 | School: ,

Reader’s Workshop is a fundamental element of Language Arts in the third grade.  To best meet the needs of all learners, adequate books are essential to all classrooms.  The goal is to provide students the opportunity to read complex, high-interest text with deep comprehension.  The units of study for third grade require readers to work […]

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Classroom Audible Book Project

Amount: $1,000 | Year: 2011 | School:

The purpose of this grant is to establish audible books in each Special Education resource room.  Books that students can “listen to” will allow us to expose our students to a variety of literary genres. Furthermore, audible books will help to improve reading fluency as well as increase comprehension skills.  These skills are the building […]

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Research and Differentiation: The Perfect Pair – Salt Brook Library

Amount: $9,675 | Year: 2011 | School:

The goal of “Research & Differentiation: The Perfect Pair” is to further and consistently immerse our students in technology, provide them with the tools to interact with computer applications and provide them with another vehicle for expression.  By establishing a laptop cart in the library, both the library and gifted and talented programs will benefit.  […]

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SMART Response Interactive Remotes

Amount: $1,600 | Year: 2011 | School:

The SMART Response Interactive Response System operates in conjunction with the SmartBoard. Students are given a remote which is used to submit answers to prompts & questions presented on the SmartBoard. This allows all students a voice or input.  It enhances the lessons by allowing the instructors to adapt and differentiate instruction as needed and […]

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