More than three‑quarters of students from low‑income households
$0 still needed
Dry Erase Boards
My students need Dry Erase Boards for Collaborative Learning and Visualization of Problems.
My math classroom is a place of challenge and discovery. Our school is in a small, rural area in the mountains. Despite being in a low-income school district, I strive to inspire my students, both in and out of the classroom.
I am looking to keep things varied and provide my students with creative and meaningful learning experiences.
I try to challenge them to gain the knowledge and skills they need to succeed beyond high school. As you know, it's not easy to keep a high school student's attention! I want to make my room and fun and interactive as possible.
My students have been arranged in groups. I would like to have freestanding whiteboards in order to allow those groups to stand and work on problems up at the board.
By having the whiteboards on easels, the each group has a chance to present their work to the class.
Since they don't all have to be at the front, it gives the students equal chance to participate. The way my room is arranged, there are spots on the wall for many of the boards to be mounted. However, the room layout makes this difficult for 3 of the groups. By mobilizing the boards onto easels, we can put them where ever it is convenient.
The students love being able to work together and display their work!
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