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I am a teacher in the Entertainment Academy at Kaimuki High School in Honolulu, Hawaii. Our academy focuses on three pathways: digital media, polynesian music, and performing arts. Through our core classes, we deliver cross-curricular education while coordinating with our pathway themes. My overall goal is to provide my students with wider access to technology skills. My largest classroom size is 32 students; however, I only have 12 laptops available in my class. As a United States History and Special Education teacher, I heavily integrate purposeful technology into the learning process. With more laptops, students will be given more practice with user-friendly tools, which are often used in the general workplace as well as in college courses. I would like to teach my students how to use Google tools such as drive, documents, slides, and classroom. My students will be able to type essays, create digital presentations, access online text materials, commit research, design materials, and collaborate with one another. I teach at a Title I high school where many of my students come from socioeconomically disadvantaged communities. Half of my students do not have access to a computer or internet at home. As an educator, this is very difficult because there is not always time for students to complete assignments in class. Furthermore, a lack of technological resources hinders my students from completing certain inquiry-based or innovative projects. It is my passion to equip and empower my students to strive to their highest potential. Although the provision of five more laptops are not enough for each students to have their own, these laptops are critical to delivering instruction because it will help me to strategically pair students and teach them to collaborate using our available resources.

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I am a teacher in the Entertainment Academy at Kaimuki High School in Honolulu, Hawaii. Our academy focuses on three pathways: digital media, polynesian music, and performing arts. Through our core classes, we deliver cross-curricular education while coordinating with our pathway themes. My overall goal is to provide my students with wider access to technology skills. My largest classroom size is 32 students; however, I only have 12 laptops available in my class. As a United States History and Special Education teacher, I heavily integrate purposeful technology into the learning process. With more laptops, students will be given more practice with user-friendly tools, which are often used in the general workplace as well as in college courses. I would like to teach my students how to use Google tools such as drive, documents, slides, and classroom. My students will be able to type essays, create digital presentations, access online text materials, commit research, design materials, and collaborate with one another. I teach at a Title I high school where many of my students come from socioeconomically disadvantaged communities. Half of my students do not have access to a computer or internet at home. As an educator, this is very difficult because there is not always time for students to complete assignments in class. Furthermore, a lack of technological resources hinders my students from completing certain inquiry-based or innovative projects. It is my passion to equip and empower my students to strive to their highest potential. Although the provision of five more laptops are not enough for each students to have their own, these laptops are critical to delivering instruction because it will help me to strategically pair students and teach them to collaborate using our available resources.

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