Grants for Technology

BrainPOP

Year: 2012 | School:

BrainPOP created animated, curriculum-based content that supports educators and engages students. Ideal for both group and one-on-one settings, it was used to introduce a new lesson or topic, illustrate complex subject matters, or help review before a test. Students viewed animated movies about different topics in all content areas, took online quizzes, viewed historical timelines, […]

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SMART Board for Performing Arts

Amount: $4,599 | Year: 2011 | School: ,

A primary goal of this grant was to provide a current educational technology tool to increase student engagement in the study of the performing arts. SmartBoards were installed for permanent use in the three music classrooms so that use of Sibelius notational software as well as numerous music applications now available via the web, can […]

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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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21st Century Learning for All

Amount: $2,766 | Year: 2011 | School:

The goal of “21st Century Learning for All” is to further and consistently immerse our students in technology, provide them the tools to interact with computer applications and provide them with another vehicle for expression. By establishing a SmartBoard and projector in the gifted and talented classroom, students and teachers would have instant access to […]

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Research and Differentiation: The Perfect Pair – Allen W. Roberts Library

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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