My classroom is full of bright young students. Located in inner-city Oklahoma, resources and funding are minimal. My students are working hard to build upon their foundation of educational skills they have acquired previously, as well as growing in being kind individuals in their learning community.
It is so important for students of this age to have a variety of options when it comes to their styles of learning.
That is why I am making it a priority to provide them with multiple seating options to set them up for optimal success!
Not only do I get the privilege to teach these students, but I will also be honored to learn from them as they teach me the truest form of kindness, understanding and the thrill of learning something new daily.
I would love the opportunity to enhance their ability to learn and be successful by providing flexible seating to meet their individual learning needs. Research has proven this method to be beneficial to teachers and students alike as success and attention rates are heightened when students develop an autonomy of their educational journey. Thank you for your time in helping!
By providing a variety of seating options it allows my students to develop an autonomy of their learning journey. Being provided seating options in the classroom, students will be able to choose where they would learn best and set themselves up for success.
I am thrilled to provide these opportunities to my students knowing that in turn, they will be inspired to work hard, learn more and be the best that they can be daily!
These students have such a bright future and I am honored to play a part in their educational journey! Thank you for your help!
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