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Mrs. Sullivan’s Classroom Edit display name

  • Nevitt Forest Community School-Innovat
  • Anderson, SC
  • Nearly all students from low‑income households

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My students (all 400 plus of them, grades K-5) work on the computer each day, either in the computer lab or in their classrooms. I am the technology facilitator at a Title One school in South Carolina where we use computers as a tool to enhance learning. Students practice academic standard skills and technology skills using the computers. The first time kindergarten students visit the computer lab they begin learning the parts of the computer, including the mouse and mouse pad. I explain to these young students that the computer mouse stays in the "mouse house" (on the mouse pad) so that the computer will work properly.

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My students (all 400 plus of them, grades K-5) work on the computer each day, either in the computer lab or in their classrooms. I am the technology facilitator at a Title One school in South Carolina where we use computers as a tool to enhance learning. Students practice academic standard skills and technology skills using the computers. The first time kindergarten students visit the computer lab they begin learning the parts of the computer, including the mouse and mouse pad. I explain to these young students that the computer mouse stays in the "mouse house" (on the mouse pad) so that the computer will work properly.

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