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  • Rainier View Elementary School
  • Federal Way, WA
  • More than three‑quarters of students from low‑income households

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I students are a very diverse group of students. They come from Asia, Ukraine, Mexico, and from here in the states. Most of students come from families that rely on free and reduced lunched. I even had a student this past year that was homeless. Many of their parents have lower level education and don't speak English so it is more difficult for them to assist in their child's education at home. Also, many of my students are being raised by older siblings while their parents are working. As a result, they spend a lot of time at home in front of the TV or on the computer. They then come to school and expect to have the same type of action they get from video games or the Internet. They show high engagement and participation at school when lessons are conducted with new technologies. Although most of my students have little at home, they are still living in the same digital and fast pace media word as their more privileged classmates.

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I students are a very diverse group of students. They come from Asia, Ukraine, Mexico, and from here in the states. Most of students come from families that rely on free and reduced lunched. I even had a student this past year that was homeless. Many of their parents have lower level education and don't speak English so it is more difficult for them to assist in their child's education at home. Also, many of my students are being raised by older siblings while their parents are working. As a result, they spend a lot of time at home in front of the TV or on the computer. They then come to school and expect to have the same type of action they get from video games or the Internet. They show high engagement and participation at school when lessons are conducted with new technologies. Although most of my students have little at home, they are still living in the same digital and fast pace media word as their more privileged classmates.

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