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Mrs. Warburton’s Classroom Edit display name

  • Blott Guy PreK-6
  • Youngstown, OH
  • More than half of students from low‑income households

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My students are lucky to have access to Chromebooks to use throughout the day. They utilize the Chromebooks when they are on learning games like "Kahoot" and "SplashMath." Students can read on websites such as "GetEpic!" and "Speakaboos" and "ReadWorks." However, many of them do not have headphones, or had headphones that have broken. This causes major distractions to the students in my small reading or math groups as we keep hearing the students' Chromebooks' loud sounds out loud instead of quietly through headphones. I have 17 students currently and only a few working headphones. This project will fund 24 durable headphones as well as a case to protect them in so that they will last for not only the rest of the year but also for years to come. It will also allow for each student to have access to their OWN headset so that germs or lice would not spread. Lessons on the Chromebook are an important part of my students' learning as it provides differentiated, highly motivating stories, activities, and games that all students are able to either read, listen to, and play. Students love working with technology and it allows me time to work with small groups in reading or math while keeping the rest of the class occupied. The problem that is occurring however is that the computers are so loud it is becoming highly distracting for my students in small groups. Having headphones for each student would alleviate this problem because their would be no volumes out loud.

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My students are lucky to have access to Chromebooks to use throughout the day. They utilize the Chromebooks when they are on learning games like "Kahoot" and "SplashMath." Students can read on websites such as "GetEpic!" and "Speakaboos" and "ReadWorks." However, many of them do not have headphones, or had headphones that have broken. This causes major distractions to the students in my small reading or math groups as we keep hearing the students' Chromebooks' loud sounds out loud instead of quietly through headphones. I have 17 students currently and only a few working headphones. This project will fund 24 durable headphones as well as a case to protect them in so that they will last for not only the rest of the year but also for years to come. It will also allow for each student to have access to their OWN headset so that germs or lice would not spread. Lessons on the Chromebook are an important part of my students' learning as it provides differentiated, highly motivating stories, activities, and games that all students are able to either read, listen to, and play. Students love working with technology and it allows me time to work with small groups in reading or math while keeping the rest of the class occupied. The problem that is occurring however is that the computers are so loud it is becoming highly distracting for my students in small groups. Having headphones for each student would alleviate this problem because their would be no volumes out loud.

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