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  • R C Loflin Middle School
  • Joshua, TX
  • More than half of students from low‑income households

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Being in junior high is challenging. Being in junior high, with dyslexia, and a classroom of twenty-five other twelve year old students; that's extremely challenging. Most of my students battle with some form of learning disability, ranging from dyslexia and ADHD to behavioral issues that limit their ability to focus and learn. I don't want my students to jump anymore hurdles to learn. I believe that by creating an inviting, almost coffee-shop-esque location in my classroom, where students can sit back, put on their headphones and relax while they write, or have test questions read to them, I am opening up the creative nature that I know these kids possess. I have seen the material they can produce when the hardships are removed from their paths. A classroom the size of mine comes with 25 different personalities, therefore, 25 different types of learning and distractions. I want to create a space where students can go, put on some headphones, and drown out the world around them - focusing solely on the objective in front of them. I feel this will best benefit my multiple dyslexic students, who require extra attention to materials, and an area, free of distractions, to easily hear the questions or sentences being read to them on their chromebooks.

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Being in junior high is challenging. Being in junior high, with dyslexia, and a classroom of twenty-five other twelve year old students; that's extremely challenging. Most of my students battle with some form of learning disability, ranging from dyslexia and ADHD to behavioral issues that limit their ability to focus and learn. I don't want my students to jump anymore hurdles to learn. I believe that by creating an inviting, almost coffee-shop-esque location in my classroom, where students can sit back, put on their headphones and relax while they write, or have test questions read to them, I am opening up the creative nature that I know these kids possess. I have seen the material they can produce when the hardships are removed from their paths. A classroom the size of mine comes with 25 different personalities, therefore, 25 different types of learning and distractions. I want to create a space where students can go, put on some headphones, and drown out the world around them - focusing solely on the objective in front of them. I feel this will best benefit my multiple dyslexic students, who require extra attention to materials, and an area, free of distractions, to easily hear the questions or sentences being read to them on their chromebooks.

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