Technology @May

May Teachers Use Technology to Make Masks More Comfortable
Teachers on the School-based Response Team in our Randolph school are using technology to make wearing masks all day more comfortable. Read more.

Let's Go Shopping!
“The idea for creating a store at Richie’s group home came up during a telehealth call with his neurologist,” said Brittany Roy, Assistant Director of Residential Services. Read more.


In-home Behavioral Health Services Provide Much-needed Support
During weekly telehealth sessions, grandfathers John and Michael witness the positive impact that evidence-based therapy has on their 11-year-old grandson Zachariah. Read more.

Learning and Skill-building Continue During COVID-19
Even though our early learning center sites are closed, clinicians like Carlos Lorant work with children and their family members in the family’s home during regularly scheduled sessions. The case supervisor (BCBA) monitors and provides guidance via Zoom during the session. Read more.

Making Learning to Tie Your Shoes Fun! Read more.

Such Cute Little Creatures - Stop Motion Animation Read more.

Students Enjoy a Hands-on Science Class at the MIT Museum 
Our students spent the day learning all about simple machines, physics, and science. Read more.

Students Use Virtual Reality to Celebrate Dr. King’s Legacy and Share Their Dreams
May Center School students learn about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and then write and present their own "I have a dream" speech.
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May Center Students Participate in “Hour of Code” Event at Randolph School
“Learning how to code is an important 21st-century skill that schools are implementing in their programming,” said May’s Educational Technology Teacher Roba Hrisseh, M.Ed., who organized the event. Read more.

In honor of the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, the theme was SwAMP Camp in SPAAAACE! Read more.

SMART Project Brings Virtual Reality to the Classroom
May Institute's SMART (Students at May for Augmentative Reality Technology) Project was generously funded by the John W. Alden Trust and the Doug Flutie Jr. Foundation for Autism. Read more.


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