Help me give my students three Chromebooks to give them access to all the things that will make them successful in this 21st-century learning environment.
This project expired on January 11, 2019.
Hooray! This project is fully funded
I am the proud teacher of upper elementary students. Many of my fourth grade students will be looping with me next year to fifth grade. This diverse group is a very enthusiastic group of learners. They come from all different types of backgrounds and come to school to seek a comfortable, safe learning environment.
My students often work best in collaborative situations and thrive when using technology to support their learning.
My classroom is an inclusive classroom, which means I have all different types of special learning needs that need to be met. Creating this type of learning environment will better support those needs.
Our students use Chromebooks to publish and edit their writing, access Everyday Math games, gather information for reports, and enhance their computer literacy with a wide variety of learning activities and STEAM projects. These Chromebooks will stay in our room and be available for use whenever the students need them.
From practicing their math skills and compiling a digital profile, to learning about digital citizenship and coding, the benefits are endless!
We are fortunate enough to have access to an online math program that adapts to the student as they complete their lessons. In addition to our curriculum, this is an awesome tool that allows me to see exactly where each student is in their understanding of the concepts.
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