Help me give my students the ability to think critically and use Breakout EDU's platform to give them the opportunity to exciting and educational digital games.
This project expired on April 3, 2019.
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My students are almost all on free and reduced lunch. Most come from parents that are on some sort of government assistance. Therefore, I want to make their time in school as happy and fun as possible.
My students are happy when they move around the classroom to work on assignments, projects, and tests.
This is what I hope to fund in this project. I'd like for them to be as comfortable as possible without restrictions, learning real life skills for today's world.
Breakout EDU uses the 4 C's (Critical Thinking, Collaboration, Communication, Creativity) to life in a fun and engaging way. Help us to change our students' thinking and open their minds to deeper understanding of our 21st century standards.
Students will be using the kits that involve puzzles that will build communication amongst students.
The puzzles are geared toward the standards in our content area that promote autonomy and critical thinking to help them become problem solvers. These will create excitement from the needs of students and further provide interest in coming to school.
Several teachers have used the kits to enhance the learning in their classroom, but we have been doing it only digitally. These kits will provide further hands on opportunities in the classroom that will allow different opportunities than the digital kits. Furthermore, these kits provide Breakout EDU platform access that costs extra.
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