My students need a projector, interactive module, and mounting accessories to help them learn using some of the tools of this technological world.
This project expired on December 25, 2013.
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Technology can open up a whole new and brighter world to our students. Please help us to come closer to our realization for potential technologically.
Our students live in a small rural town in Maine.
For many, school is the only exposure that they will have to any kind of technology. They enjoy and are motivated by the new experiences. Our school does not have enough equipment to adequately meet the needs of our students. There was a spell when we were unable to access a projector, and the students longed for the chance to be able to use it again. They especially like the interactive whiteboard.
When little "Jimmy" has used a cool strategy for solving a problem, a projector helps him to share his strategy with the whole class by projecting it onto the whiteboard. Since we have "Art on a Cart", meaning in our classroom, the art teacher can display examples of the students' art up on the whiteboard for all to see more easily. We can invite another' class in to listen to the soothing voice of James Earl Jones reading Bringing the Rain to Kapiti Plain. The possibilities are endless.
Please help us to have unlimited access to this marvelous piece of technology.
With a projector at our disposal at all times, we will be able to display those spur of the moment pieces, as well as those well planned lessons. You can help to bring us closer to that brighter future.
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