Grants for Technology

A Sound Idea – Capturing Audio with Quality

Amount: $4,151 | Year: 2007 | School: ,

The Music and Performing Arts Department is granted money to be used for purchasing and installing stationary high quality hanging recording microphones in the High School/Middle School Choral, Orchestra and Band Rooms. These microphones will stay in each room. In addition, a secure, mobile cart will house a Multi-Channel Digital Track Recorder which can be […]

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Mathematical Patterns as they Relate to the Real World Through the Use of Technology

Amount: $7,245 | Year: 2007 | School:

Patterns are one of the most important ideas studied in all disciplines. We are now recognizing the connection between biology and mathematics and how patterns discovered in math, for example, are directly related to the way viruses regenerate themselves. With the addition of new, advanced technology and Internet access, students from ninth grade through twelfth […]

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Enhancing Social Studies Instruction using a Multimedia Approach

Amount: $2,850 | Year: 2007 | School:

The Social Studies Department requests to add LCD projectors to two classrooms. This is predicated on the need to enhance Social Studies instruction through the use of technology. This technology will provide not only the capability to enhance image projection but will provide a platform for taking advantage of existing software and academic support materials […]

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LabQuest Interfaces for Motion, Forces and Energy

Amount: $3,741 | Year: 2007 | School:

In alignment with the current application of technology in the physics classroom, the next phase of implementation in the program is to allow for students to measure and record data outside of the bounds of the classroom. A brand new technology has been introduced by Vernier in the form of the LabQuest interface. The LabQuest […]

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Optimization of Science Probes using a Smart Board

Amount: $4,090 | Year: 2007 | School:

Over the past few years, the science department through a variety of NPEF grants has successfully incorporated the use of a variety of probes, CBL’s (computer based labs), ProScopes, multimedia projectors and video capture into the course curriculum. This grant provides for two SMART Boards to improve the conceptual understanding of the student and increase […]

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