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I want to purchase ink for a color printer in order to make colorful and realistic visual supports for adapting math and science curriculum, including actual photos when possible for my students with intellectual disabilities.

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Printing Palettes of Color for Visual Supports

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School:
Osceola Middle School 
Subject:
Special Needs Students 
Teacher:
Katherine Hawley 
Students Impacted:
23 
Grade:
6-8 
Date:
November 12, 2014

Investor

Thank you to the following investor for funding this grant.

 

The Pinellas Education Foundation - $250.00

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Goal

I want to purchase ink for a color printer in order to make colorful and realistic visual supports for adapting math and science curriculum, including actual photos when possible for my students with intellectual disabilities.

 

 

What will be done with my students

I will be able to print out ULS lessons in color to assist my students who need extra support accesses the material. The materials created could be used in subsequent years, allowing additional students to utilize the visual supports.  

 

Benefits to my students

The students will benefit from increased exposure to the curriculum in a manner that is conducive to their individual learning styles and needs. They will increase their overall understanding of a variety of subjects, specifically math and science concepts. The materials created could be used in subsequent years, allowing additional students to utilize the visual supports. This grant will provide us materials to teach some complex science and math concepts that are difficult to grasp with only textbooks. 

 

Describe the Students

Our students are served within a self-contained MMI middle school classroom. All of our students have an intellectual disability and we have students that have characteristics on the autistic spectrum, physical disabilities, speech and language impairments, and fine/gross motor deficits. Our students are working on functional academic skills within a life skills curriculum in order to obtain more independent living skills.  

 

Budget Narrative

The bulk of the request is for ink-we have a color printer, and will be able to use it to make colorful and realistic visual supports to adapt our curriculum, including actual photos when possible.
The remainder is for office materials to enhance visual supports and display or store them.
 

 

Items

# Item Cost
1 6 ink cartridges for HP Photosmart printer/$35 apiece $210.00
2 Cardstock and photo paper $40.00
  Total: $250.00

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