Grants for Technology

Beyond Robotics, Micro-Computers in STEM

Amount: $5,008 | Year: 2020 | School: ,

This continuation of a hands-on activity supports Computer Science and Engineering curriculum The Micro:bits are small computers to which students can add sensors to input information and output devices such as lights, buzzers, etc. This allows the students to create these computer systems and them write programs to operate them.

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The Multi-Sensory Future of Learning

Amount: $314 | Year: 2020 | School:

In order to encourage classroom participation, the use of the Alexa Echo and the Qball microphone will be use throughout the day. This will help to promote active listening and practical social skills. It also allows for sharing and cooperation in an innovative way.

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GPS Units

Amount: $1,093 | Year: 2020 | School:

Students will gain real world experiences through this GPS technology. It allows for precise location data logging as it relates to time, longitude, latitude and altitude. This will allow for students to expand their knowledge of the world and apply data analytics.

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Arduino Component Cars

Amount: $2,042 | Year: 2020 | School:

These programmable car materials will be utilized to enhance the students experience with real-world applications and the use of programming and engineering principles in the context of building a final functional project.

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