My students come from ethnically and socio-economically diverse backgrounds. The student have benefitted from having classroom sets of Chromebooks and teachers trained in 21st century learning strategies to meet the needs of modern learners. Unfortunately, the funding for these initiatives has run dry, and students' needs continue.
My students enjoy learning, often they show it in simple ways, like being completely engaged in partner work and conversations, while at other times they may struggle to show their joy because situations out of their control.
Our students deserve to have materials at their disposal that allow them to reach their potential.
Having tables, white board space and white board supplies like markers, erasers, and the ability to model reading and writing through the use of well placed technology in a crowded classroom will make learning a little bit easier.
Our school goal over the past few years has been to move away from traditional teaching practices and towards classrooms that encourage critical thinking, creativity, communication, and collaboration.
As much as possible, I'd like to continue to create a space where students have opportunities to reach their full academic potential.
Our classroom environments need to be refreshed to ensure that our students can practice the skills necessary for future success!
Post-it Super Sticky Dry Erase Surface, 50 Ft x 4 Ft (DEF50X4)
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USB C Hub NOVOO 8 in 1 Hub with HDMI 4K Adapter, 1 USB C PD Charging Port, 3 USB 3.0, Gigabit Ethernet port, SD/TF Card Readers USB C Adapter for MacBook, HW MateBook, Chromebook, Samsung S8 and more
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