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Alton We will implement 1:1 computing in two (2) Netbooks 3 2 7,8 3
of our middle-school classrooms, using plus thin
netbooks in one classroom and thin clients clients
in the other, focusing on writing, math, and
science, and will compare 1:1 classrooms to
those having no tools or fewer than 1:1
tools. We will also use this grant to pilot
multiple ways of implementing 1:1
computing so that may make informed
decisions about classroom design and
furniture selection for a 21st Century
Bartlett Our goal is to become one of NH’s first 21st
century showcase schools. By combining
21st century technology tools (interactive
whiteboards, teacher laptops, projectors,
student response systems, document
cameras, Flips, NEO2’s, printers) with
intense job-embedded professional
development, we’ll transform our school
into the education portal of the future. We’ll
answer the essential question, “Will 1:1
NEO2 word processors change the way our
teachers teach and students learn?” Focus
will be writing, technology and scientific
Chester FUMIFU (First Use Must Inspire Future Use)
is key to Chester Academy’s school-wide
reading and language arts initiative.  Using
interactive whiteboards, personal response
systems, document cameras, laptops, and
other digital tools will enhance teaching and
learning and increase student involvement
and performance. Learning in this
environment will meet the varying styles of
visual, auditory, and kinesthetic learners.
Integrating technology, reading, and
language arts with all subject areas will
provide today's learners with 21st century
Claremont Claremont and Unity will implement a
SAU Office “Tools for Learning” Math Intervention
Model integrating 21st century technology
into existing research-based curriculum to
deliver differentiated elementary and
middle school math instruction. Professional
development will enable staff to employ a
tool kit (interactive white boards, response
system technology, individual Netbooks,
and a suite of age-appropriate educational
software) to enhance instruction and
improve students’ learning outcomes.
Participants’ experiences/knowledge will be
shared with colleagues across SAU6
through multiple means.

Laconia Our overall goal is to transform existing

learning environments through substantial
and innovative integration of educational
technology and curriculum to advance
student learning. This project will support
teachers and Principal through robust
professional development. The primary
configuration of tools would include five,
21st century classrooms equipped with
teacher laptops, interactive whiteboards
with projectors, Netbook carts,
digital/document/video cameras, printers
and software, that will create 1:1 or 2:1 use
of digital tools by students.
Lafayette Two years ago, Lafayette Regional School
Regional began a 21st century classroom initiative in
fourth grade with 1- to-1 computing and
project based learning. Since then the
school has made steps towards every
classroom being interactive. With this grant
it is our aim to complete the initiative and
create a 21st century school. All the grades,
K -6, will be equipped with the digital tools
that lead to improved literacy skills and
engaged learning environments.
Manchester The Manchester School District proposes to
SAU Office expand our existing district middle school e-
portfolio implementation by including all
Language Arts teachers and their students.
With two carts shared among 10 teachers in
each middle school (instead of the current
one cart shared among 10 teachers)
Language Arts teachers will test the impact
of having the cart for a more intense 1:1
laptop-to-student experience. LA teachers
will support students as they create digital
artifacts, reflections, and assessments.
Milton The Milton School District is proposing a
fundamental shift through a wide reaching
professional development program with
targeted curriculum focused technology
integration coaching and a comprehensive
1:1 program within our 5th, 7th, 8th, and High
School Math Classrooms. As a School and
District in need of improvement for math
we would like to try and determine the
impact on student performance of
technology with Math instruction.
Nashua Nashua School District plans to
demonstrate how Technology can provide
transformational change in both teaching
practices and student achievement. Nashua
will utilize the revised science curriculum
model as a vehicle to infuse Technology
into all curriculum areas. New Searles will
become the model of instruction for Nashua
by creating a 21st century learning
environment that will foster a new student
collaborative model using digital tools and
allow educators to create seamless
technology rich lessons.
Oyster River Exploring the Outside World with Digital
SAU Office Tools. Students will explore habitats, maple
sugaring, and local flora and do it all
utilizing motivating technology. ORCSD will
purchase netbooks, science probes, and
interactive whiteboards for 10 classrooms.
The integration of these tools will support
1:1 ratios during curriculum where hands-
on learning reinforces instruction.
Additionally, we will provide 3:1 digital tools
ratios to help students relate their learning
to real-life and increase comprehension of
science and math concepts.

Pembroke Transforming Science Classrooms Through

SAU Office Technology will result in increased student
achievement in science from kindergarten
through grade twelve, with the support of a
Title 11-d (EETT) funded project.
Equipment purchases, professional
development, in-depth curriculum
alignment of science with technology,
action research, and a commitment to
higher order cognitive processes will
supplement the continued work of a
collaborative of four high need districts as
they move toward student centered
Pittsfield SAU The Pittsfield Digital Classroom Project will
Office train eight teachers in our two schools to
lead the way in teaching new media
literacies using Web 2.0 tools. Each teacher
will receive intensive training and a set of
digital tools for the 21st century classroom.
Teachers’ collaborative work will engage
students in inquiry- and project-based
studies and provide students with
opportunities to reach larger audiences,
publish original work, collaborate with
others, and participle in digital learning
Portsmouth no abstract
Profile Profile School has just built a new, high-
performance High School, equipping each
classroom with broadband access,
interactive whiteboards and student
response systems. Our goal is to achieve
one of the key components of 21st century
learning, a 1:1 student computer ratio, up
from our current ratio of .47:1. By
purchasing 181 notebook computers and
accessories, we will increase student
engagement and achievement, while
empowering students with all the benefits
of continuous, individualized access to
Raymond The primary goals of our “Tools for
Learning” project are to: Train and support
teachers in effectively integrating
technology to differentiate instruction and
to engage and instruct all students. To
support and improve the learning skills and
strategies of students in reading, writing,
vocabulary development, and organizing so
that they can achieve academic success.
Tools include Smart boards, LCD projectors,
laptops for teachers and netboooks (1:1
groups and 5:1 groups) in grades 3 and 4.

Somersworth Somersworth Middle School will implement

a 21st century classroom 1:1 study
comparing netbooks to iPod touches. One
sixth grade team of 2 teachers and 50
students will pilot the 1:1 environment. One
teacher will use iPod touches with each
student; the other teacher will use netbooks
with each student. To support this new
learning environment, grade 6-8 middle
school teachers will each receive a netbook
and professional development focusing on
teaching in a 1:1 environment.
Timberlane TRMS will provide students and teachers
Regional with the knowledge, skills and expertise to
succeed in a 21st century world. Our plan
incorporates the creation of intervention
and control classrooms infused with tablets,
teacher laptops, Netbooks, iPods and robust
software. Students and teachers will
experience accelerated learning while
enhancing their creativity and innovation
with technology. This replicable model
project and venture will produce technology
science coaches responsible for mentoring
district peers long into the future.

White Back Up the Bus… past Title II-D grants

Mountains primarily focused on the acquisition of
Regional technology equipment, but have had only
modest professional development focus.
Teacher laptops, LCD projectors, and
Interactive Whiteboards coupled with
extensive professional development and a
sound action plan will promote students’
critical thinking skills, moving us into the
fast lane of student achievement. So let’s
back up the bus, pick up our staff and bring
them on a trip to technology enlightenment.
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