NoRedInk is an online interface that helps students improve their grammar and writing skills, and also customizes lessons that adapt to individual students’ needs. 6th graders from both elementary schools can practice parts of speech, rearrange sentences, edit and mark up text, organize ideas into outlines, and manipulate multi-paragraph passages.
Merge AR software uses ‘cubes’ as digital augmented reality teaching aides. The content in the software includes resources for numerous core subject areas such as real time data from NASA on weather, anatomy, cells, energy sources, dinosaurs, geology and simple machines.
This grant brings drone technology to elementary school classrooms. Students will get exposure to hand-on content creation, editing and analysis using drone photography and video production.
Elite Gaming Live (EGL) is an esports platform that delivers an esports league that is fun, competitive, and inspiring for students who admire or want to pursue a career in video game development. Both high school and middle school students will have the opportunity to participate in this growing industry that promotes student engagement, critical […]
This project provides updated drone technology and software with state-of-the-art features to the STEM department programming and computer sciences courses. With these advanced drones, students will be able to program using Python coding, learn multidisciplinary lessons in physics, statistics, engineering and math, and engage in collaborative learning with multi-robot play competitions and challenges.