The students in my classroom are very diverse. Some have unlimited experiences and exposure to the world around them, while some have very limited experiences outside the walls of my classroom.
My students this year are very active and curious about the world around them.
They particularly like to learn about parts of the world they have not been to and the many animals of the world. They get excited when the can listen to a Youtube video or listen to a non-fiction text to learn about a topic that interests them. So far this year their favorite topics have been Christmas around the World, and polar bears.
I am looking to enhance my technology integration by providing headphones for my students. Additionally, I am requesting head phone jack splitters to allow my students to work with a partner on our many projects. Having headphones and headphone jack splitters will allow my students to engage in the use of technology without disrupting the students around them.
We use iPads for many activities including: listening to stories, doing research, taking assessments, playing games as review, and creating projects.
The headphones would allow students to work at their own pace without disrupting the people around them. The headphone jack splitters are necessary because often times my students are working in groups of two complete a task. Having splitters would allow both students to hear the information at the same time.
My students love to explore the world having headphones and splitters would allow my students to explore the world, as well as, showcase their learning in a quiet space. Additionally they would be able to work at their own pace.
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