This group looks to spotlight the projects completed by the hundreds of recipients of the NEA Foundation’s Student Achievement and Learning & Leadership Grants. Past and current grantees are encouraged to share lesson plans, classroom activities, multimedia, etc. that accurately convey the work done via their NEA Foundation grants. We encourage any and all educators to take advantage of these powerful resources submitted by their colleagues.
Hello everyone, the elementary grades are ready for their 3 sets of tablets with the NEA grant. As soon as the check comes in, we will be ready to begin the implementation and mentoring with tablets. Our school is so excited and thankful to NEA.
Starting in February of 2016 we began working with a group of 20 students to compete in a K’NEX Competition. After the competition, another group of students of about 30 used the K’NEX to compete in a school STEM fair. The school STEM Fair involved all of our 7th and 8th graders. During the durat…[Read more]
Our classroom has been very positively impacted by the Chromebooks acquired through the funding from the NEA Foundation Student Achievement Grant
We were able to purchase 22 Chromebooks. In just the 12 weeks that we have been using the improved technology, our middle school special needs students have had dramatic increases in their academic…[Read more]
Hello to all NEA Foundation Grantees. I wish to thank the NEA Foundation for the grant to help my Sophomore English II students with their Character Analysis Assignment. The project is part of a unit that allows students to read young adult literature (novels) and complete a character analysis assignment. The NEA Grant allowed us to purchase…[Read more]
I am adding to resources a power point about snake egg incubators that was created by one of the teachers who participated in the Tech for Teachers(T4T) program that I led at the University of NH. Please contact me if you would like to learn about the two week immersion into Project Based Learning that is now sparking participating teachers to…[Read more]