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My students love to demonstrate their work up on the board and act like the "teacher" in front of their peers. They do this mostly during math activities. Right now, they write on an old free standing chalkboard that is held together with duct tape. The chalk dust often makes them sneeze and it is always coming off on their hands. Having a whiteboard with pens will allow them to show their thinking with different colors as they solve their long division problem or show regrouping when doing subtraction. They are also fans of playing Hangman if there are a few minutes left before they return to their general education classrooms.

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My students love to demonstrate their work up on the board and act like the "teacher" in front of their peers. They do this mostly during math activities. Right now, they write on an old free standing chalkboard that is held together with duct tape. The chalk dust often makes them sneeze and it is always coming off on their hands. Having a whiteboard with pens will allow them to show their thinking with different colors as they solve their long division problem or show regrouping when doing subtraction. They are also fans of playing Hangman if there are a few minutes left before they return to their general education classrooms.

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