Enhancing Education Through Technology –
Competitive Grant Spotlights on Success
El Capitan Middle School, Central Unified School District
A two-year project conducted with middle school students at El Capitan Middle School in the Central Unified School District in Fresno concluded that technology, when properly integrated into the curriculum, has the potential to increase academic achievement in English language arts, technology proficiency skills, attendance and the motivation to learn. MORE >>>
Project iLETTS – Potter JH School, Fallbrook Union ESD
The advent of new technology presents many and varied challenges for teachers. In a world where being “educated” requires the acquisition of continuously changing skills related to finding, organizing, and categorizing information that is growing at a rapid rate, educators must stay abreast of new developments in order to prepare students to be successful knowledge users. MORE>>>
Project SWEET – Pajaro Valley Unified School District
When the California Standards Test (CST) in English Language Arts (ELA) determined that 70 percent of middle school students in the Pajaro Valley Unified School District in Watsonville, California, were working below standards, and that 43 percent of eighth graders did not pass the graduation requirement for writing, it was clear that the students needed to be provided with unique tools to boost writing skills. MORE>>>
Project LIVE – Escondido Union Elementary School District
When student performance on standardized tests rises two to three points, it is considered statistically significant by the educational community. So when Escondido Union Elementary School District (EUESD) students’ exam scores skyrocketed more than 30 points, everyone wanted to know how they did it. MORE>>>
Project WRITE ON! – Saddleback Valley Unified School District
“Preparing today’s students to succeed in tomorrow’s world” is the mission of Saddleback Valley Unified School District (SVUSD). And, the way the District envisions doing this is through what they call their guiding principle—improvement of student learning through technology. MORE>>>
Do you have a spotlight to share?
We’d love to hear your story of success in implementing your EETT program. Coming soon is a way for you to share your story about how your district is integrating technology effectively at your school. Stay tuned!
Last Updated (Wednesday, 28 October 2009 21:26)