OGT/OAA Reinforcement Mission Statement

OGT/OAA Reinforcement is a proven multimedia project based learning tool that motivates children to focus on reading while simultaneously introducing multimedia as a method to strengthen and incorporate academic skill sets relative to the statewide indicators that are deemed the greatest need based on pre and post tests based administered at the onset of programming.

“Richmond HTS – Coasters in Motion”

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OGT/OAA Projects (2014-2015)

Date               Description

1.8.14              OGT/ELA Project Newspaper in Education: John F. Kennedy High School

2.5.14              Coasters In Motion Physical Science Project: Collinwood High School

2.5.14              Coasters In Motion Physical Science Project: John F. Kennedy High School

3.31.14            Coasters In Motion Physical Science Project: Richmond Hts. Elementary

4.4.14              Uplifting the Woman and The Race Documentary: John Adams High School’s Sharmika Primm (Social Studies Project)

4.26.14            Sharmika Primm, a Junior at John Adams High School, won first place in the Senior Individual Documentary category in the Ohio History Day competition. She will represent the State of Ohio in the National History Day competition in College Park, Maryland in June.

5.17.14            15th Annual Rock Your World with STEAM: Showcased Coasters In Motion in the Rock N Roll Hall of Fame’s Foster Theater.

6.16.14            East Cleveland City Schools Summer Enrichment Physical Science Project

6.16.14            Students of Promise Summer Bridge Science Remix Project: Garfield Heights High School, Maple Heights High School & Warrensville Heights High School