I have the best students who are full of energy and excited to learn. They enjoy when we get creative, changing things up by doing class activities/projects that are hands-on, especially technology. They are a pretty diverse group of kids with different backgrounds and cultures. My kids have the potential to be someone amazing when they grow up, they just need the extra resources and tools to accomplish it.
My school is an incredible charter school in an economically challenged area that cares about the students and teachers.
While they ensure the kids receive the necessary materials, we need some help, especially after natural disasters, in ensuring they get extra resources that will let them have a more hands-on experience. When my students enter the room, I want them to be encouraged to strive for their best, continue to be enthusiastic and happy with STEM-related projects in class, and have access to the latest technology that will inspire their future careers.
My students learn best when they are able to work in groups and collaborate together. By providing dry erase tables they will be able to have a hands-on and visual tool at their fingertips. Most students learn well when they can write and draw as they are taught. Dry erase tables also benefit the environment and wallets of parents and teachers by saving on paper costs. Students are able to use the tables for interactive activities as well as teacher assessments and educational games. My students love having creative outlets in the classroom and these tables can provide a unique learning advantage.
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