The Indiana Department of Education's Office of eLearning awarded the Classroom Innovation Grant (2012) to 23 school districts supporting student learning through the use of technology. This directory shares the work of these innovative leaders.
 
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iPossibilities: Innovative Differentiation for the Diverse Learner in the 21st Century

Center Grove Community School Corporation
This grant will integrate slate technology (iPads) into the Kindergarten , Special Education, and ENL classrooms in the elementary schools.  In addition, it will allow the district to create a district-wide eBook library with Nooks available for checkout in the media centers.
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MCS eLearning Innovations

Madison Consolidated Schools
Redefining the classroom with personal mobile learning and virtualization opportunities.
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Extending Learning Beyond The Classroom

Plymouth Community School Corporation
Incorporating the flip instruction model that will lend itself to blended learning and asynchronous online classes.
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Tapping Students’ Curiosity via Online Learning Environments

Danville Community School Corporation
As Danville Community Schools transitions from a traditional schooling system to a performance-based system where students advance at their own pace, this grant provides teachers with the necessary training, support, and tools to begin creating
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Community of Digital Educators (C.O.D.E)

Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation
The focus of our grant is to enable, support and create models of excellent teaching and learning in the digital age for the purpose of bringing this type of learning to scale both within and beyond our district.
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Advancing Instruction Digitally

Rensselaer Central Schools Corporation
Advancing Instruction Digitally is focused on providing avenues for students and educators to implement engaging 21st Century Learning methods through the use of iPads and web 2.0 strategies supported by ongoing professional development.
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Taking eLearning to New Heights

Shelbyville Central Schools
Our school was able to provide multiple fully equipped classroom sets of iPads and iPods to enhance instruction for every student and every classroom throughout Shelbyville Middle School.
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Classroom Innovation - Project Based Learning

North Adams Community Schools
To develop our students 21st Century skills of Critical Thinking, Communication, Creative Problem Solving and Creative Ingenuity through Project Based Learning infused with Digital Resources
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Code SAMR

MSD of Wabash County
Our focus is to train teachers to effectively infuse technology to increase student learning and engagement.
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SCSD2 Digital Initiative

Scott County School District 2
SCSD2 set a course to transform learning for students and staff by incorporating digital content and 1:1 mobile device access for 8th and 9th graders.
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Transforing Technology Through Topnotch Teaching

Northeastern Wayne Schools
To train six mentors to "coach" five teacher each in developing digital projects.
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Systems Thinkers Project

Bloomington Project School
BPS is integrating systems thinking throughout the curriculum through professional development, leveraging technology, and hands-on projects
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Equipping, Empowering, and Engaging Through Online Presence and Digital Learning Resources

Tri-Creek School Corporation
Support the creation of teacher-developed digital learning materials, including videos and learning objects, and increasing teacher online presence at the middle school (6-8) level.
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Maximizing Potential with 1:1 - Continuing the Work

East Noble School Corporation
This grant's focus is to help underwrite the continuation of peer coaches who support teachers as they change their teaching methods to actively engage students in 1-1 classrooms.
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eEngagement through 1:1 computing

Maconaquah School Corporation
The CIG grant will be used to implement a 1:1 environment in grades K-12 utilizing a curriculum with a digital influence.
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Breaking Multigenerational Entrapment Through Technology

Richmond Community Schools
Through the use of iPads, RCS Early College Students in Grades 5-10 (approx. 200 students) will be used to increase student engagement, encourage student learning ownership, and provide Anytime/Anywhere learning platform.
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Leveraging Android Tablets to Facilitate Project Based Learning

Clark-Pleasant Community School Corporation
Our focus is to allow students to learn in an authentic 21st century learning environment utilizing current technology and real-world applications.
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New Palestine High School 1:1

Southern Hancock
This initiative has allowed us to issue individual MacBooks or MacBooks Airs to all students in grades 7 through 12.  This award has positively altered how teachers instruct their students as well as when and how students learn.
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Beech Grove
The Science Department at Beech Grove High School has blasted its way into the 21st century by giving students new ways to experiment, connect, and learn.
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Richland-Bean Blossom
Each student grades 6-12, has their own iPad. The Classroom Innovation grant allows us to expand the professional learning opportunities necessary to align instruction, assessment, curriculum, and professional development for a 21st century learning environment.
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One to One Initiative

Garrett-Keyser-Butler
Professional development and digital resources that support anytime/anywhere learning in Garrett-Keyser-Butler Community School District's One to One Initiative.
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iPad program

Burris Laboratory School
The purpose of the iPad program at Burris Laboratory Schools is to provide tools and resources to the 21st century learner. With the help of the Classroom Innovation Grant awarded to Burris by the Indiana Department of Education we have chosen to implement a 1 to 1 iPad program starting in the 2011/2012 school year with kindergarten through 5th grades.
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iPads K-4

Smith-Green Community Schools
This grant was written to extend the learning opportunities in technology into the elementary school by allowing each classroom in grades K-4 to have access to a group of iPads to use on a daily basis if desired.
Created by Office of eLearning; Indiana Department of Education January 28, 2013, updated March 3, 2014 11:00 AM.