Help me give my students the opportunity to a brighter future with Chromebooks. Technology is everywhere; right? Unfortunately, for my students this is not the case. You can make a difference for them.
My students have incredible resilient. They have overcome many obstacles, not only economic but physical and emotional. Ours is an inner-city, high poverty school. My students have fought, literally, for everything they have.
Many of them, ages 14 to 17, came to this great country of ours with barely a fourth grade level and unable to read.
They actually came to help their families back home. Some of them were captured by militias and coyotes, threatened, abused, and ransomed by family members. Some came running away from militias back home or drug lords. They came with nothing and have nothing. My kids are in need.
In previous years, Chromebooks were used daily as an integral part for learning. However, we no longer have the grant that allowed for this commodity, throwing my classroom back to the stone ages. Well, technology is an integral part of our lives. It affects how we live, work, play, and most importantly learn.
By donating Chromebooks to our classroom, you will not only help increase my students academic achievement, but their chances of a better future by becoming computer literate.
Plus, help me, as their teacher, connect with all learning styles.
My students will use the Chromebooks to complete interactive assignments using different online tools; to create presentations, posters, eBooks, and videos; and also to create activities for students to work together as partners or in small groups.
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