District 75 iPad Grant Open


  • This Grant is focusing on the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) for District 75 schools only.
  • As a classroom teacher, how would you incorporate a 1:1 environment centering around STEM?
  • One classroom set of iPad 2 plus teacher iPad 2.


  • Include a title of your entry.
  • Include the class and teacher/s’ name.
  • Your student population and number of students in your class.
  • A minimum of 2 paragraphs describing how you would integrate the iPads into science, technology, engineering and math (it doesn’t have to be all of the subjects, you can focus on one content area).
  • Including lesson plans and more details will go a long way (be creative, past winners included creation of an iPad Band, animating stories with the iPad, etc)
  • Include the apps you would use in your project and how you would use them.
  • The project must be aligned to the State standards and cite those standards.
  • Schools are responsible for the safety of the iPads and the cost of any apps.
  • Proposals are due Friday, January 11th
  • Send proposals to Leslie Schecht at lschech@schools.nyc.gov.



  1. Be creative and think out of the box.
  2. How does the iPad make the learning experience unique for the student?
  3. Be specific about the implementation process


Inviting Applications: Honeywell Educators @ Space Academy 2016

Honeywell Hometown Solutions (HHS) is now accepting applications for the 2016 Honeywell Educators @ Space Academy (HESA), a week-long, high-energy learning program for middle school science and math teachers.
Hosted by the U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama, HESA is designed to inspire teachers to develop the next generation of scientists in their classrooms. Teachers learn new teaching practices in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) education by participating in a series of astronaut-style exercises and simulations, build model rockets, meet veteran astronauts, and so much more.
Since 2004, 2,375 teachers from 56 countries have graduated from HESA, inspiring more than 2 million students to pursue STEM education and careers.
Applications open: November 9, 2015 – January 4, 2016

HESA program dates: June 8-14 and June 15-21, 2016
Scholarship includes: Tuition for the five-day program, round-trip airfare, meals, accommodation and program materials
Scholarship recipients will be notified by late January, 2016
For more information about the program, click here
Please send your questions to honeywell@spacecamp.com