I work in a high-poverty area with a great number of ELLs (English Language Learners) and also a high population of special needs students.
My classroom consists mostly of second language learners, special education students, and regular education students, as well as gifted and talented students that want to feel empowered, learn, and be successful in life.
I teach seventh-grade students who are preparing themselves for high school and beyond. It's my goal to provide the educational needs and challenges that they may face.
Please give my students 20v cordless glue guns that will be used in the science classroom. Wireless glue guns are an ideal tool for various DIY, such as crafts, arts, but especially when students are working on their Science Fair Projects. These glue guns can work well in plastic, glass, paper, and fabric which are the materials we used in my science classroom. Students will no longer trip over cords since they are wireless. These glue guns are safer to use because they have a built-in security fuse that effectively prevents overheating.
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