Futuristic History: Bringing Tech to the Classroom
My students need access to technology in the classroom. This mobile laptop will assist my students with interfacing with content outside of the textbook. They will be able to engage in activities in an online environment.
This project expired on June 30, 2018.
Hooray! This project is fully funded
I am a middle school Social Studies Teacher.
My students are diverse, coming from all ethnicities, cultures, religions, and socio-economic backgrounds across the Oklahoma City metro area. My students embrace culture and creativity. I have high achieving students both academically and artistically.
My students love active learning and project-based learning. They thrive on the opportunity to work in groups and inject their perspective in class discussions of our content, current events, and the world around them. I am proud to work with these future world-changers.
The Lenovo - 14'Touch-Screen Laptop will be the first of many that will be integrated into our daily classroom learning. Students will be able to engage with content within the classroom environment using technology to open up vast avenues of learning. By integrating technology, our students will have the world at their fingertips. Students will collaborate on projects and find online resources relating to daily classroom topics.
In class, students will be able to take assessments online, access primary source documents, research historical events, and collaborate with classmates near and far.
21st-century learners enjoy using technology to understand a variety of topics and history is no exception.
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