My students are quite a fun bunch. They are outspoken and never quiet. I like this environment because it shows that they are not afraid of expressing themselves, and being who they really are. Next school year, I would love for my students to work on more project-based learning and more hands-on activities. My challenge is a lack of supplies and more training/professional development in this area. I also would love to attend conferences where I can learn how to better service the gifted students. My students are a group of 30 gifted children from grades 1 through 5.
This is a small school in the Miami area, in the city of Miami Gardens.
This school is a place where energy is flowing and a place that does everything possible to inspire our students to succeed. The school is in a low-income area and most of our students are minorities. Our school has less than 400 students making it a very family-oriented small school.
I want to send my students motivational notes and stickers while we are away from each other during distance learning. I want to be able to keep in touch with my class during these hard times. With these supplies I will be able to improve my online teaching with the dry erase markers and the white board. I will also be mailing them stickers as a motivation and reward when they complete their assignments. This will help us keep in touch and feel like we are still connected from apart.
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