My students live in a very small, isolated rural community in Klamath Falls, Oregon. Our classroom is a safe learning environment in which students are encouraged to challenge themselves, research questions, make mistakes, try new things, smile, have fun with classmates, and become lifelong learners!
My students are a wonderful group of hardworking individuals who are aspiring to become future elementary teachers.
My school promotes cooperative learning, independent thinking, and encourages students to become lifelong learners. My classroom is a Career and Technical Education program for high schoolers that are interested in becoming teachers. Students learn in a variety of ways and having a wonderful classroom environment is one tool that helps my students study and master the concepts of education and teaching. My goal is that my students are excited to come to school, every day!
My students are high schoolers that hope to become teachers. This project will provide these students with the ability to 3D print models of preschools, classrooms, playgrounds, and dramatic play ideas to apply the concepts taught in my pre-teaching classes.
3D Printing opens up worlds of unlimited opportunities to students, allowing them to apply their knowledge using 21st-century skills and creativity.
When this project funds my students will be delighted to use this technology to help them apply the skills they learn to become amazing future teachers and lifelong learners. This project will help them become world changers by allowing students to see the hidden creative potential within themselves.
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