Grants for 2010

Interactive SMART Board Integration in Social Studies

Amount: $2,700 | Year: 2010 | School:

The Social Studies Department, as part of its professional learning community and peer review project, is working to create teacher resources that are aligned with the new standards and reflect the new 21st century skills. The addition of two interactive SMART Boards will enhance the instruction for almost 500 students each day and will make […]

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iPads in the Science Classroom -The Future

Amount: $1,465 | Year: 2010 | School:

The purpose of this grant is to incorporate handheld Smart Devices into the science classroom. The Science Department can introduce the use of iPads and iPad apps in the science classroom and this encourages student collaboration in the creation and sharing of content. It also allows teachers and students to investigate methods of individualized instruction. […]

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NPTV on the Road

Amount: $4,343 | Year: 2010 | School:

The goal of this project is to provide opportunities for students to create professional videos for the School District and Borough outside of the television studio setting.  Presently, single camera videotaping is used to cover sporting events, school plays, High School and Middle School graduations, BOE and Council Candidates events, special assemblies and class presentations. […]

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The World’s A Stage

Amount: $7,010 | Year: 2010 | School: ,

Three times a year, New Providence thespians provide a microcosm of the world’s beauty and tragedy on the high school stage in productions that range from standard drama and musical theater to experimental theater and coffee house improvisation. What these events have in common are student/staff dedication and the need for equipment to enhance the theatrical aspect of these productions. This grant […]

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Differentiated Literacy Centers

Amount: $1,977 | Year: 2010 | School:

Providing second graders with differentiated, hands-on “literacy centers” consisting of various highly-motivating manipulative exercises and critical-thinking games is essential to the learning process. These exercises help reinforce specific reading comprehension, writing, word/work skills and concepts, as well as assist students in developing concrete, abstract, and critical thinking skills.

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