My students need a Tech Tub2 Modular Cart to safely store and charge their student iPads in one place.
This project expired on May 28, 2018.
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My classroom is filled with diversity. My students come from many different socioeconomic backgrounds, including English language learners, low-income homes, and few learning experiences outside of their neighborhood.
I have a rambunctious group of 5th graders who are eager to learn math.
They have become magicians, super heroes, artists, engineers, and explorers this year as we navigate through fractions, place value, and problem solving. They love to play games, solve puzzles, and find easier and faster ways to tackle the heavy math. Above all, my students believe themselves to be mathematicians.
My students need to have access to technology. My grade level has a set of iPads for student use, but we don't have anywhere to store them. Right now, I have the iPads spread out between different charging outlets all around my room, which is inconvenient and time consuming. It is also more difficult to keep the iPads safe from damage or misuse. Cords are everywhere and they are constantly getting wrapped up and tangled.
With your generous donation, you will be giving our iPads a good home.
Every iPad deserves a safe place to charge, a safe place to be stored when not in use, and to be easily accessible to students. This modular technology cart will save time and will allow my students to work longer on research, play harder on math programs, and complete amazing projects and written assignments.
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