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Sharing the ways technology transforms teaching and learning.

2017-2018 Grant Recipients

 Greenland Central School

Team LeaderBeth Sommers     Contact: bsommers@sau50.org

Explore using mobile technology tools to leverage innovative, standards-based, STEM content; facilitate students’ engineering design troubleshooting and sense-making; and transform Engineering Design Notebooks into digital journals where students’ use of text, audio, and images would provide valuable resources for reflection, assessment, and individualized learning.

To learn more about Greenland's project read their Chris Nelson Memorial Grant Application


The Greenland Central School STEM program is off to a great start.  See how they are immersing in the engineering design process through their monthly blog- GCS Technology Project




Virtual Lamprey River Elementary School

Team Leader: Doug Roy       Contact:OlympusDAR@gmail.com


Through exploring the rich and diverse nature trails at Lamprey River Elementary School, students will intertwine several content areas and weave together their interests, strengths, and passions to create a virtual tour of the trails that give insight into the town they live in. Students in grades 3 and 4 at Lamprey River Elementary School will utilize the content areas of English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Technology to connect with their community and create a virtual tour of our nature trails to be used as an educational tool for the members of our town. 


To learn more about Lamprey River Elementary School's project read their Chris Nelson Memorial Grant Application


See how the LRES Nature Trail Project is working on their robot designs and plans for the virtual trail guide through their monthly blog-Mr. Roy's Tech Blog.




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