The New Hampshire Society for Technology in Education (NHSTE) is a non-profit organization formed by volunteers to improve education through the use of information technologies.

NHSTE provides a structure for linking educators across the state to share the effective application of emerging technologies in New Hampshire schools.

NHEDGIS  and Cloud Connected Mapping

Team Leader: Robert Woolner

Read the team's grant winning application.



Read about NHEDGIS and Robert's adventures to purchase the team's tablets.


The team ran seven summer institutes for teachers to be hands on with the Nexus devices and ArcGIS.  Learn about some of the results of these workshops



Learn more information about this project and NHEDGIS in the collaborative ring they have established.


 Learn about how Plymouth High School students studied invasive species on the NH coast and documented their trip on a gundalow with geo-located photographs.


Learning about EFS with Kathryn Kearney and the GIS project team.



Learn about how social studies teacher, Matt Krogman, is using GIS to give students a geo-spatial view of historical statistics.


Raspberry Pi Data Collectors

Team Leader: Holly Doe

Schools: Pelham Elementary 

and Pelham High School

Read the team's grant  winning application.

     Read about the team's plans and the technology




Getting Started with the Raspberry Pi

Learn about how the Pelham grant team is implementing the use of the Raspberry Pi in the classroom.



Learn about Pelham's Raspberry Pi 

Birdhouse Project


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