More than three‑quarters of students from low‑income households
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Document Camera for Hands on Discovery
My students need a Document Camera so that they can learn how to use different tools for discovery lessons in Geometry and Physics.
Do you remember what it was like the first time you were able to discover and learn new learning target on your own? My students have not yet gotten a chance to learn how to use different tools.
My students are 10th through 12th grades in Los Angeles, California.
95% of my students are Latinos, and 75% of my students are receiving free lunch. Most students' parents do not have college degree, but my students are passionate about changing culture in the community by going to a college. 25% of my students has limited proficiency in English to learn from texts. Having a visual aid and tool for discovery will help students learn.
Many students struggles in Geometry and Physics because they do not fully understand new concepts. Imagine a Geometry teacher demonstrating how to use protractor, compass, and straightedge so an entire class can see at once, and students will be able to discover and learn theorems by doing constructions. Document cameras capture real-time images and project them using an LCD projector I already have in class, so all students can see the lesson!
Students have various learning styles: visual learners, kinesthetic leaners, and auditory leaners.
I would like to provide every opportunity for students to learn. Specially, I want my students have fun in Geometry and Physics by discovering new concepts by themselves.
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