Collaboratively Learning and Leading in Second Grade
Help me give my students dry erase tables for collaborative work. Also, please help me get a Qball to help students project their voices when leading and teaching. Lastly, the VersaTile set will help students in all subjects.
My second grade class is made up of 22 students who are excited to learn through interactive and engaging lessons. Their enthusiastic personalities and inquisitive minds is what makes teaching and learning so exciting. As their teacher, it is my duty to provide lessons that not only spark their imaginations, but also lead them to wanting to explore outside of the classroom.
To me, teaching isn't just about teaching the standards, but also providing my students with the necessary tools to become leaders.
If you were to walk in to my classroom, you would find students teaching and coaching one another as they engage through meaningful conversations related to the lesson.
My second grade students are always working collaboratively; therefore, the dry erase tables will eliminate dry erase boards and allow students to use their table space to problem solve, design, and sketch their thoughts and ideas. The dry erase tables essentially provide students more workspace to learn and grow in their collaborative groups. The Qball will allow my students to project their voices in a fun and engaging way when answering questions, teaching, and explaining their thoughts and ideas. The VersaTile, grade 2 set, will provide my students a hands on way of practicing grade level content in all subjects.
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