This is a great opportunity to help transform the classrooms in your school into 1-to-1 learning environments by making instruction more engaging and interactive, which will positively affect student learning.
The goal of the TRIG – Targeted Site Transformation (TST) activity is to help transform schools into one-to-one learning environments where best practices of 21st century instruction and learning can occur. This activity will continue the work of the Whole School Technology Transformation (WSTT) grant which funded the transformation of fourteen sites (approximately 5,000 students) across Michigan during the 2014-15 school year.
TST has a target of reaching 2,000 students and will partner with each site to ensure a (1) robust wireless network (for both coverage and density), (2) classroom technology, (3) mobile device for every student and teacher and (4) professional development and support for teachers.
If you would like to apply, please review the information at: http://22itrig.org/activities/targeted-site-transformation/ – if you have additional questions that are not answered on the TST website, you can contact the TST Project Manager, Anthony Buza at Genessee ISD.