My class consists of kindergarten and first-grade students whose academic and or behavioral management needs interfere with the instructional process, to the extent that additional adult support is needed to engage in learning and who require specialized/specially designed instruction that can best be accomplished in a self-contained setting. For students with special needs, maintaining a healthy balance of structure and unstructured processes is important.
My students come from low-income households and are faced with challenges both in and out of school.
Even with these challenges, my students come eager and ready to learn.
We currently only have two PCs at school to divide between our 12 students and the key are missing. We need to clean them after students use them, so having more workstations for students would assist the kids with accomplishing the greatest learning objectives. These Chromebooks will provide my students with the independent skills they need.
The Chromebooks will be used for students at school to take part in class on learning sites like iReady, RAZ-kids, ABC Mouse, Starfall, and lots more.
These Chromebooks will help my students stay engaged and refreshed to the progressions that the world will bring. These Chromebooks will help our technology center develop and grow the prospects of what the students can investigate. The children who struggle with reading will be anxious to snatch a PC and connect engage in math and reading. They can keep tabs on their development and not be embarrassed that others will see. These Chromebooks will have an immense effect.
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