Project 1 - SMART Boards
It's natural. Students want to learn in the classroom the
same way they interact outside of it. SMART's technology
makes exploring lessons and collaborating on solutions a
simple, easy experience that students immediately recognize
In 2014 the ASSN donated SMART boards and
software to several of the class rooms in the Ridgefield
Park School system in 2014 and what a difference it has
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Project 2 - Special SMART Board Software
SMART Software is software that
works the way students naturally want to learn.
In 2014 the ASSN donated SMART board software to further
enhance the experience of teaching the special needs
students.Designed specifically for the classroom, SMART amp
enables co-creation and fosters student collaboration on
devices, while giving teachers real-time insight into
learning and contribution.
Project 3 - IPad's
iOS is the world’s most advanced
— and most accessible — mobile operating system. Innovative
features like VoiceOver, AssistiveTouch, and Guided Access
help students with special needs enjoy more of what an iPad
has to offer.
In 2014 The ASSN bought 20 IPads with
apps for sutdents. These devices are fun and powerful
learning tools for students with attention deficits or other
cognitive and learning disabilities. Teachers can minimize
visual stimulation by limiting access to a single app, and
students can use FaceTime and Camera to communicate with
more than just words.