My students need an interactive whiteboard that will increase their engagement and learning.
This project expired on May 12, 2018.
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Reading, Writing, Speaking, Listening. These are the basic skills needed to succeed in school. Wait! What about technology for the 21st century learners?
I teach at a Title I school in Houston with a population of almost 1,400 where students are of diverse cultural and low socioeconomic backgrounds.
All our students receive free breakfast and lunch every day.
Hurricane Harvey totally devastated our city, and our students were greatly affected. Despite this terrible situation, our students are eager to learn and succeed. It is therefore imperative that every opportunity is given to them, thus having access to new technology will give them a great advantage.
My students are energetic and to fully tap their participation in class, every lesson has to be interactive. With the use of technology, this will now become a reality as students will be actively engaged while they work collaboratively.
The eBeam interactive whiteboard system offers innovative, creative, and engaging learning experiences for students.
With an existing projector and computer, our conventional classroom whiteboard will be magically transformed into a smartboard without the hefty price. My students will be able to use the stylus to write and draw, brainstorm, correct errors on daily edits, and even pull up relevant images and videos for presentations.
This is absolutely a fun and powerful tool that will help my students succeed!
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