A generous donation from Dunkin’ Donuts has given teachers a new way to enhance learning at Weston Elementary School in Manchester. With $15,000, the school purchased 25 classroom media centers, which include a television monitor, Chromebook and Chromecast streaming device.
The technology allows an entire class to view whatever is displayed on the Chromebook screen. During a science lesson, for instance, the students or teacher can look up a photo online for all to see on the large monitor.
To thank Dunkin’ Donuts for its contribution to education, staff from Weston will set up a media center at the Hanover Street Dunkin’ Donuts location. You’re invited to see how it works and hear how teachers are using the technology to make a difference in learning every day at the school directly across the street from the store.
WHAT: Chromecast media center demonstration
WHERE: Dunkin’ Donuts
1037 Hanover Street, Manchester
WHEN: Monday, June 9, 2014