My students are excited about this new school year and enthusiastic about the diverse ways we will be learning! They come from various backgrounds and learning styles. I have two ESL/ELL students, one student with an IEP, and one student who will receive Speech assistance. As a part of facilitating their learning, I would like to offer them a different mode to meet the varying needs of every student. This special project would allow me to provide them with a kinesthetic approach to learning this school year! It would also allow me to continue this same approach with other students in years to come!
These new materials will make such an impact on student engagement with a different hands on approach to writing. The LCD writing tablets will integrate all subject areas to include science, math, reading, writing, spelling/phonics, and social studies.
In Science, students will be able to record observations for an investigation, notes for an experiment or a STEM activity.
In Guided Reading groups, students will answer questions. In writing, students will write on these "Boogie Board" tablets to brainstorm ideas for the writing process. In math, they will use them to record answers to word problems from task cards and to play interactive games. In spelling and phonics, they will use the tablets to practice their weekly words and create the daily patterns in phonics from the new phonics program. In social studies, they will draw maps and practice content vocabulary.
Using these writing tablets will not only increase their writing skills, but their literacy skills, and overall academics, as well as their desire to learn!
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