Our school is located in Cleveland, Ohio. We are considered a low-income school where most of our students receive free or reduced-price lunch meals. Our school does not have tuition. We also provide school supplies for the students. This helps us to make sure all students have the appropriate supplies needed.
I teach third-grade math and social studies for 48 students.
We have a rotating schedule, so I see every student each day. Some days are easier than others!
This is my first year teaching math in 10 years! Being online teaching math has been a challenge! I am looking for tools that can help me teach my students with ease so they will be able to focus on what is being taught, rather than what I am using to teach it.
Coming back into the classroom is a challenge for those students who are used to moving around when they want! By using these stools, the students can still be moving around while they are learning.
Students will use the stools at their desks to get their energy out while remaining at their seats and socially distanced.
This will allow them to actively move around while they are learning and still be able to pay attention in class. Each week, the stools will be cleaned, sanitized, and wiped down for another student to use the following week.
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