The students at our school are amazing! They come into the classroom excited to learn and become involved in whatever topic that is in the plan. We have wonderful support from our parents. We have a very diverse population of students, culturally, economically, and with different learning abilities. It has become my goal to try and stay ahead of them!
STEM is the future for these students.
They are excited to be involved in science, technology, engineering and math activities that we are beginning to provide our students. They are flourishing when they work on their own or in small groups.
Our students are working hard to create a solid base of education. They appreciate what they have now, and they are learning to use their knowledge to take control of their education. We love to see their excitement grow as they are introduced to new information.
I would like to get some Dash and Dot Robots for my students to use while they learn to do basic coding.
"Do you know what else I can make the robots can do?" I am hearing that almost daily!
I was loaned a few robots a month ago by a teacher at another school. I couldn't believe how my students dived into learning about them and how to make them work! I had to return them after a week, and they have been begging to use them again. They have even gone so far as to do research for what they can do with them when they are in our classroom again! I don't want to dampen their enthusiasm, and I would love to get some robots that can live in our room (and of course, be borrowed by other classrooms!)
Along with Dash and Dot, I included a kit that includes challenge cards for both the teachers and the students.
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