My students are looking to use their individuality to become the best humans they can be. Through out this school year, my students have realized that they each have special qualities and traits that make them unique.
Especially because they all learn differently.
These children love to move, think, build and socialize with one another to share their very special ideas and thoughts. This helps them better understand one another and themselves. Each child in my class values different experiences and loves to share what they have learned. These kiddos definitely value one another's differences and celebrate them in our classroom!
I am requesting Ozobot Robots so that I can have students work in groups to complete a robot design and program tasks. Ozobot is a robot that follows students created obstacles. It can detect different colors, lines and it can also be programmed using a device. My students will have a hands-on experience with robotics and programming while working on STEM/STEAM.
Ozobot teaches the children in a unique and engaging way so they are learning while playing.
Ozobot also requires students to apply their critical thinking skills as they program. They will need to collaborate together to achieve the goals of each challenge. Students will also need to use their creativity to solve the presented problems. Ozobot Coding Robots will enhance my students' understanding of coding and focus on the areas of logical thinking, problem solving, persistence, collaboration, creativity, and communication. All of these areas and skills improve academic success.
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