These materials will help students continue learning through school closures and other scheduling uncertainties related to coronavirus. Items will be delivered to the location chosen by the teacher.
Connecting with Students!
Help me give my students a way to connect with their teacher who misses their faces, on a Samsung Galaxy Tab!
My students are super smart. My class includes special education, English as a Second Language (ESL), and regular education students. COVID-19 has provided us with the challenge of learning online. My students are trying to adjust to distance learning every day. My students are eager to learn and were displaying growth until COVID-19 changed our everyday classroom learning into phone call learning.
Having this Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 will allow me to continue to connect with my students during our distance learning time. About 75 percent of my parents have Android phones. I would like to be able to communicate with my students. Using this tablet I will be able to make calls and use apps to talk face to face with my students. I believe it is important for my students to talk to me as their teacher.
Seeing my students' faces will allow us to stay connected.
I will be able to communicate with my students, parents and continue to post assignments daily. This tablet will allow me to have open communication to show my families I still care about them during our distance learning stage. Once we return to school my parents will still have a way to talk to our students face to face as needed during the day while we tackle transitioning back.
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