Lee teacher is awarded NEA Foundation Grant
Kevin Veroneau, social studies teacher at Lee High School, was recently announced as a recipient of a Student Achievement Grant of $5,000 from The NEA Foundation. With 18 years of teaching experience, Veroneau impressed grant reviewers with his innovative ideas for instruction in the classroom.
Veroneau will purchase three sets of Spark 360 (RF) Student Response Systems and a Mobi Student-Centered Learning Pak™ to enhance the learning experience for his students. The Spark 360 (RF) is a multiple-choice clicker system that provides students with instant feedback on an LCD screen. The Mobi Student-Centered Learning Pack creates a student-centered learning environment by making it possible for multiple students to participate in lessons simultaneously.
Posted on September 26, 2013