These are unprecedented times. Never did I imagine that when my students and I said goodbye in March it would mean that it was our last day in the classroom. However, the year is not over yet!
My students and I have embarked on the distance learning journey!
We are actively engaging in all sorts of different online platforms and learning new things. My students and I participate in three times a week Zoom meetings to go over new material and to check in with each other. In addition, I am recording lessons at home for them to view and continue to learn new material. I am amazed by their level of engagement and participation and families' willingness to try new things.
Again, these are unprecedented times. I never imagined that I would find myself remotely teaching from home and that my students would be learning new material through video conferencing calls and recorded home videos. But we are charging forward and looking at it as a learning opportunity for all! Many of my students and their families are actively engaging in the learning opportunities that I am creating. I want my students to continue to grow and learn and be ready for fourth grade.
The whiteboard easel included in this project would serve as a tool that I can use during Zoom meetings to more easily go over material and to display anchor charts during recorded lessons.
I will also be able to use it with future classes in the classroom during carpet time work or in small group. The other materials included in this project would help me store essential items and display material on the board.
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