My students come from diverse cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds. They also have a wide variety of special needs, each being individuals that are unique from one another. Not only do they face challenges at home, but they also have many to face at school in order to access the curriculum and be successful.
My students are constantly learning new tools and strategies to help them succeed in the classroom and later in life.
As their teacher, I strive to support them, mentor them, and provide an environment for optimal learning and growth.
My students have a huge variety of learning styles and needs. They often need a combination of instruction and practice while learning and mastering new concepts, as well as information presented in various modalities.
The shape of these whiteboard horseshoe tables would greatly improve my ability to reach each student and provide support while in small instructional groups.
I currently have kidney shaped tables and have difficulty attending to each student I am working with and giving them accessible instruction.
The fact that these tables also have whiteboard surfaces will allow my students and I to write out notes, show our thinking visually, and practice what we are learning at any moment. It will also give my students with spatial deficits a larger working surface to write on rather than the tiny whiteboards we currently use. Instructional time will also increase from not needing to stop my teaching in order to grab additional materials when it becomes apparent more practice is needed before moving on to a new concept.
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