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Help me give my students more individualized attention and focus by creating more separate spaces with classroom dividers for small group interventions.
My students are kind, silly, and hard working. They are curious and constantly ask questions that follow their specific interests. I work with students with learning disabilities in a learning center model. Most students come to me from their regular classrooms for small group interventions that targets specific needs. My students learn in many different ways and often need something taught in a variety of modalities.
I am constantly inspired by their motivation and effort to achieve and work towards goals even when it is more difficult for them than their peers.
They continue to make growth every day and develop their love of learning!
These classroom dividers will really help keep students focused on their learning by creating separate spaces for each intervention group. I often have two or three groups happening simultaneously in a large room and many students are easily distracted by the other groups around them. Having a way to visually partition the classroom will help make groups flow more easily, stay on task, and improve their learning.
Many of the students I work with have learning disabilities associated with attention disorders and having a clear separation can help them stay on track with their learning objectives and goals.
They try so hard to remain focused and I want to make sure their effort is rewarded with high engagement learning opportunities.
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