2014 Funded Project: Continued Development of 21st Century Skills: Project Based Learning with Portable iPads

Continued Development of 21st Century Skills: PBL with Portable iPads Grant:  Amy Staunton, NEF Treasurer; Margaret Donohoe, Proctor Principal; Marile Borden, NEF President; Sylvia Pabreza, Proctor School Reading Specialist; Mandy Sharpe, Proctor School Special Education Teacher

Continued Development of 21st Century Skills: PBL with Portable iPads Grant: Amy Staunton, NEF Treasurer; Margaret Donohoe, Proctor School Principal; Marile Borden, NEF President; Sylvia Pabreza, Proctor School Reading Specialist; Mandy Sharpe, Proctor School Special Education Teacher

Granted:  Funding to purchase three iPads plus protection plans.

Summary Description:  By increasing the number of iPads available to Proctor School students,  staff members will have flexibility in using them for whole class, small group, or individual lessons across all curriculum areas. iPads facilitate the use of Project Based learning activities where students work collaboratively to tackle complex problems that may have multiple solutions. Teachers will access all or part of the lab to facilitate the development of the 21st century skills which need to be addressed in the Common Core State Standards.

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