Sitting all day long and listening to your teacher can be boring. I would like to build my classroom in the 21st century classroom. I would like to provide my class with technology to enhance the learning of my students for the future. I want to make learning fun, not boring and redundant.
My school is a K-12 school.
Our students come from low to middle class families. Over half of our students receive free or reduced lunches. They come from a variety of backgrounds. They also come from a variety of learning levels-from students who need extra assistance to students who need additional challenges.
The Samsung Galaxy Tablet will provide students with a generous and changeable interactive apps that will help students make a inferences and connections during their academic subjects. This tablet will motivate them and make learning fun. It will provide extra remediation by providing games that will review certain skills and with it blue tooth compatibility, it will allow me to integrate interactive games to help make learning fun and motivate my students during whole group time. This tablet will provide students with the digital device, educational games, websites, internet connection, and many other tools for education.
This tablet will allow students to have access to technology.
Students will develop into efficient, self-directed technology learners. It will help me to create a learning environment that includes the integration of technology. It will help address the individual needs of all students. Creating a technology environment in my classroom will make learning fun but also prepare my students for a job in the future.
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