You Have To See It To Believe It!

You Have To See It To Believe It!

At Oak Meadow Elementary School, GT Teacher, Mary Koudelka is using virtual reality to teach. “We are taking what the students are learning off the page and into the VR headsets to solidify what they are learning about … and they can conceptually see it and physically...

Empowering Students: Coding School Rovers to Plot Shapes

Woodstone Elementary School’s 5th-grade math teacher, Nancy Salinas, bought 30 TI-Nspire Graphing Calculators and TI-Innovator Rovers with a $12,605 NEEF grant. Using the calculators, students enter code to automate the robot to draw a two-dimensional shape on paper....
Imagination has No Limits at Woodstone Elementary

Imagination has No Limits at Woodstone Elementary

https://youtu.be/GcDLMkhEg-4 Woodstone Elementary has a special room called The Imagination Station, which a NEEF Grant funded. Students are encouraged to explore, play, and find their passions in the room, filled with opportunities for learning and creativity....

Windcrest Elementary’s Interior Surfaces are Inspiring Young Minds

In 2021, Dyslexia Therapist, Bianca Sanders applied for the “Inspiring and Excelling Minds” NEEF grant. Her experience and research led her to find a different way for young students to learn through the principles of kinetic movement. By using the whole body while...

Learning is Fun at Wilshire Elementary

The children of Marlise Rodriguez’s 3rd grade class don’t even realize that they are learning and building life skills when putting the Learning is Fun grant in action. With a small NEEF grant of $413, Mrs. Rodriguez purchased a variety of board games, some of which...