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I currently have a few students in class each period and several students on Zoom while teaching in my classroom. If I had an IPad, I would be able to engage both groups of students in the lesson learning and discussions simultaneously. For example, when asking for students' feedback, I could walk closer to the student talking so those on Zoom could hear and see the person speaking. Currently, I have to repeat for students on Zoom. As we continue to learn new skills to teach “concurrent” classes, we need new technology to improve our lesson presentation.

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I currently have a few students in class each period and several students on Zoom while teaching in my classroom. If I had an IPad, I would be able to engage both groups of students in the lesson learning and discussions simultaneously. For example, when asking for students' feedback, I could walk closer to the student talking so those on Zoom could hear and see the person speaking. Currently, I have to repeat for students on Zoom. As we continue to learn new skills to teach “concurrent” classes, we need new technology to improve our lesson presentation.

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