CenturyLink Clarke M. Williams Foundation: Competitive Grants for Oregon and Washington Teachers. This is the site of the CenturyLink Technology Grants. OETC has been partnering to offer this opportunity since 2005 and are excited to add Washington teachers.  

This is an extention of the Qwest Edtech mini-grants of years past.

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Coast Salish History STEM

K-5 STEM @ Boren

Seattle School District

iPads

Students in the 4th grade will use the SAMR Model to reach the goal of using technology (iPads) as a tool to increase their depth of knowledge reading tribal history in the Pacific Northwest, specifically with the local Coast Salish tribes.

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Bringing Mobile Technology to Digital Art and Media

School:  Odessa High School

District:  Odessa School District

Technology:  Ipads, Art, Photography and Graphic Design Apps, Windows Computers, Digital Cameras Read more »

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Microscopic Art

The grant is being used at Vashon High School which is part of Vashon Island School District.  The monies will be used to purchase 8 Digital Microscopes, 8  iPad minis ,a laser color copier, and 100 black picture frames.  In groups of 4, the students will discover the beauty of the microscopic world without some of the frustration of traditional microscopes, see the image directly on the iPad and print it using the laser color copier.  Each student can frame their image and have it shown at a local gallery.

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The Sock Puppet Project

School:  Great Northern School

District:  Great Northern School District, Spokane, WA

Technology: iPads with wired keyboard

Project: Read more »

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Documenting and Celebrating Family Heritage Through Technology

 Documenting and Celebrating Family Heritage Through Technology
 
  1. Four Rivers Community School
  2. Oregon Department of Education
  3. 6 studen
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Hanna Swanson's picture

Documenting and Celebrating Family Heritage Through Technology

 Documenting and Celebrating Family Heritage Through Technology
 
  1. Four Rivers Community School
  2. Oregon Department of Education
  3. 6 studen
 Read more »
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iDraw: iPads for Digital Research, Art & Writing

District:  Springfield Public School; Schools Involved:  Briggs Middle School & Hamlin Middle School.

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Seneca Digital Learning Collaborative

Seneca School, Grant School District 3

MacBook Pro and PowerSync Cart Read more »

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iPad Learning for Student Success in 21st Century

1. Roosevelt Elementary

2. Port Angeles School District

3. Technology- iPads

 

4. The grant is for 20 iPads. This would allow each classroom to have 75 minutes of iPad learning each day.  Four teachers in grades 2nd-5th will be collaborating together to learn the basics of an iPad (functions/ features) to teach to students. Once the basics are learned, teachers will learn how to use selected apps to help students learn how to collaboratively create innovative projects to showcase their learning. Read more »

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Flipping Algebra - Kettle Falls Middle School

The Flipped Classroom uses technology to engage students and differentiate classroom instruction for all students.  In this flip, the direct instruction necessary in advanced mathematical studies is moved from in-class to "homework" in the form of short videos (fifteen to twenty minutes) students watch at home while taking notes.  Math is a subject parents are not as equipped to help their kids complete their homework as other subjects, so a major benefit of the flip is that students complete independent practice at school where they can ask questions and grapple in Read more »

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