21st Century Technology for 21st Century Learners!
My students need an Osmo and iPad to foster their 21st century learning skills in the classroom. Osmo is a innovative way for my scholars to apply their knowledge and skills.
This project expired on May 30, 2018.
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As a teacher at a Title I school, many of my students receive free or reduced price lunch and have extremely limited resources. My students are very bright and compassionate. My students are full of energy and have become more curious about technology and how it works. I may not be able to control what they face in life but I can control what they experience in my classroom. My mission is to provide them with experiences and an environment at school where they feel safe, respected, and loved. My goal is to teach them the skills that they need to success in life not just in my classroom!
My scholars will be able to use this iPad with OSMO starter kits and supplies to foster their 21st century learning skills.
With the use of this iPad and the OSMO learning system, my students will be able to apply their knowledge and skills to interactive technology.
Interactive technology will fosters the technological skills necessary to succeed and lead our future.
The use of an OSMO will help students work and apply knowledge across disciplines.
My students will be able to have freedom to choose how and where they want to apply their learned knowledge and skills with the different OSMO kits available which in turn will make them excited and motivated about learning and participating in centers in the classroom.
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