My students come from all over the world, from different families and financial backgrounds, but they have one thing in common. They all LOVE learning! Our school is at the edge of a rural city a block from the beach, and it serves a diverse group of children from 23 different countries. Of my 17 students, 12 are English Language Learners, and more than half receive free or reduced price lunch.
My class is a vibrant group of learners who are excited by project-based learning activities, love to create, explore, and manipulate, and love to share their learning with others.
They are engineers, architects, problem-solvers, team players, makers, creators, and hands-on learners. They are energetic, silly, and extremely active children who love to get up and move. They make me excited to come to work each day!
As a teacher, I am always looking for ways and tools that will enhance my students educational experience, as well as make them more college and career ready. There are so many different types of technology out there, that the best thing we can do for our young students is provide them with the opportunity to use all different types.
My students are eager learners who are motivated by different types of technology.
Having different types of technology in the classroom will help my students gain an understanding of how to build, create, manipulate and in general use a variety of technology tools to enhance their learning. Having a Microsoft Surface Pro will be another tool that they can use to read books on, create projects and presentations, do research on, and practice coding! The possibilities are endless, as long as we give them the opportunity.
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