Mathematical minds want to know! My students are eager to learn, they are hands-on learners. They love project based learning, teaching each other and asking questions.
They are a fun, caring and loving bunch.
They excel both in and out of the classroom. They take care of each other both academically and emotionally. They work together as a team. They are very well-rounded, future leaders. Each day they make new discoveries, making it a pleasure to watch them grow and learn.
Most of my students come from homes where they are barely exposed to technology. Our classes can only have one or two chrome books for them to complete their assignments. In class, the computers we have are old and barely working. This is the best time to donate so that my students can enhance their learning experience and transform themselves into self reliant candidates by using chrome books.
Providing chrome books will help them accomplish their assignments and it assists in building their self-esteem they need.
This way they will become more responsible, strong and independent citizens in the future. As they progress, they will be able to do both team and independent work and accomplish given group projects or individual ones as well. First and foremost, it will give all students a chance to practice their typing skills in class without sensory overload. They can build time management skills and take turns to complete their class assignment and continue to practice without other distractions. This will enhance the environment not only in the classroom, but in future as they will be able to complete their assignment at any time.
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