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  • Amundsen High School
  • Chicago, IL
  • More than three‑quarters of students from low‑income households

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As a special educator in Chicago preparing for remote learning, I am hoping to purchase an iPad and Apple pencil for the upcoming school year. Unfortunately, my school does not have the budget to provide teachers with computers or other devices and is rightfully prioritizing giving the technology we do have to students. With the iPad and Apple pencil, I will be able to model math problems during lessons (as opposed to using my mouse to write out problems on my computer which is extremely time consuming and tedious). I can also use the devices to provide *meaningful feedback* to my students. I can use various paper options (e.g. graph, coordinate plane, etc.) to provide feedback or explain problems and can easily utilize color coding options to emphasize or distinguish between different concepts. The example problems will easily be saved and shared on Google classroom with my students. By having the iPad to use for teaching, I'll be able to still see my students as I video conference from my computer as I use the iPad and Apple pencil to virtually share lesson materials. I hope to continue to use this device when we resume in-person learning. The iPad and Apple pencil will aid in the facilitation of small group work; specifically, I'd like to use the iPad to share pre-recorded lessons or instructions that students will watch while in the back of the classroom as I lead instruction with the other students in the class. The iPad will also allow students to access various websites and applications that will allow them to access 3D and realistic representations and models to assist students in conceptualizing various mathematical concepts. There are endless ways that I can create meaningful and engaging lessons using the iPad and I appreciate your help.

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As a special educator in Chicago preparing for remote learning, I am hoping to purchase an iPad and Apple pencil for the upcoming school year. Unfortunately, my school does not have the budget to provide teachers with computers or other devices and is rightfully prioritizing giving the technology we do have to students. With the iPad and Apple pencil, I will be able to model math problems during lessons (as opposed to using my mouse to write out problems on my computer which is extremely time consuming and tedious). I can also use the devices to provide *meaningful feedback* to my students. I can use various paper options (e.g. graph, coordinate plane, etc.) to provide feedback or explain problems and can easily utilize color coding options to emphasize or distinguish between different concepts. The example problems will easily be saved and shared on Google classroom with my students. By having the iPad to use for teaching, I'll be able to still see my students as I video conference from my computer as I use the iPad and Apple pencil to virtually share lesson materials. I hope to continue to use this device when we resume in-person learning. The iPad and Apple pencil will aid in the facilitation of small group work; specifically, I'd like to use the iPad to share pre-recorded lessons or instructions that students will watch while in the back of the classroom as I lead instruction with the other students in the class. The iPad will also allow students to access various websites and applications that will allow them to access 3D and realistic representations and models to assist students in conceptualizing various mathematical concepts. There are endless ways that I can create meaningful and engaging lessons using the iPad and I appreciate your help.

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