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  • Fairview Elementary School
  • Normal, IL
  • More than a third of students from low‑income households

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I teach in a Title I school that does not have access to a color printer. Printing in color can help to build classroom community, foster better relationships with parents, and create more engaging lessons for students. Quality color printing is a key asset in a wide range of classroom scenarios. It can be leveraged to create interactive visual aids for use in the classroom, which helps teachers communicate complex concepts to students. Educators can also take advantage of color in classroom handouts or newsletters for families, games, activity posters and calendars. The sky's the limit when it comes to the visual materials educators can use in a color setting. Students often report they engage better with color materials, which instinctively draw their attention and pique their interest. And it's no wonder: The Association for Talent Development reported that information is sent from the color center of the brain to the areas responsible for detecting motion, shapes, edges and transitions — even if you're color blind. Color can especially help students interpret and understand charts and graphs, and it aids in retention of material covered in class. What may seem like a small detail can make all the difference in the education of young children!

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I teach in a Title I school that does not have access to a color printer. Printing in color can help to build classroom community, foster better relationships with parents, and create more engaging lessons for students. Quality color printing is a key asset in a wide range of classroom scenarios. It can be leveraged to create interactive visual aids for use in the classroom, which helps teachers communicate complex concepts to students. Educators can also take advantage of color in classroom handouts or newsletters for families, games, activity posters and calendars. The sky's the limit when it comes to the visual materials educators can use in a color setting. Students often report they engage better with color materials, which instinctively draw their attention and pique their interest. And it's no wonder: The Association for Talent Development reported that information is sent from the color center of the brain to the areas responsible for detecting motion, shapes, edges and transitions — even if you're color blind. Color can especially help students interpret and understand charts and graphs, and it aids in retention of material covered in class. What may seem like a small detail can make all the difference in the education of young children!

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