Science Education Partnership
SEP’s iPad project has been around since 2011. Funded through a grant from Google Washington, through the Tides Foundation, the iPad project aims to get technology into the hands of the students. We're excited to get students involved with science and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) in new ways while keeping up-to-date on current technologies. Much like our Kit Loan Program, we loan out class sets of iPads for SEP teachers to use during their class.
What we provide with the iPad Project:
- 20 iPads
- Wireless router
- In class technical support
To read up-to-date posts on what's happening with the iPad Project visit: scienceeducationpartnership.wordpress.com.
For more information or to get the iPad Project in your class room just email Clint Shaw at firstname.lastname@example.org
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