Grants for Technology

Music – Support for children with Autism

Amount: $793 | Year: 2011 | School: ,

This grant allows teachers to update their music technology for the full day preschool program.  The request includes iPod shuffles, kids’ earphones, armbands, an iHome station & iTunes for the Pre-K program, all to be used as therapeutic and behavioral support.  Integrating music into the student’s academic day will be individualized to their sensory and […]

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Opening Communication Doors with Technology

Amount: $865 | Year: 2011 | School:

The Individual Education Program (IEP) goals targeted in speech and language therapy lay the foundation to help assist and accelerate learning.  The purchase of an iPad and dozens of apps will not only make the students’ therapies more practical and efficient but more fun too!

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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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Document Camera – Changing the way we see text

Amount: $242 | Year: 2011 | School:

The Hovercam is a document camera that projects text onto the Smartboard by hovering over it, allowing projects to be seen by the whole class.  The teacher uses this piece of equipment with mentor texts to teach mini-lessons or with students original work to illustrate good work habits.  The level of visual stimulation the Hovercam […]

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American Revolution E-book

Amount: $6,229 | Year: 2011 | School:

Ten iPads were purchased for the 7th grade Social Studies classes for a project combining Social Studies and Language Arts.  Students are required to analyze and evaluate primary source documents and write ASK style reflective statements. Utilizing the Adobe InDesign application, students can directly interact with historical texts on the iPads while simultaneously creating maps […]

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