More than a third of students from low‑income households
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Hand in Hand Technology and Students
My students need Chromebooks in the classroom for math and science.
My third grade students are transitioning from dependent 2nd graders to independent 3rd graders. This is a tough year for students learning how to become responsible independent individuals. My students come to school each morning ready to have fun and learn. They make my day everyday with smiles and hugs.
My students are full of energy, curiosity, and enthusiasm.
My students are from a neighborhood school. Most of them walk to school daily. Some are economically disadvantaged and others are not. We are a non Title I school, so money is tight.
My students will participate in the newly introduced Guided Math program to our campus. Guided Math is a framework that teachers use to provide quality instruction in mathematics with the use of student independent workstations. Chromebooks are a great tool for these workstations. During their independent computer time students will access several different computer math programs that help with fluency and problem solving. These programs provide immediate feedback to the students so they can monitor their progress.
I want to give my students the equipment and tools needed for the expansion of their knowledge.
Students can build their confidence and skills set by using fun games and programs that are available online. Technology is a great way of differentiating work for students on different levels: below, on level, or advanced. These computer programs automatically put students on the level of learning they need in order to be successful. Having Chromebooks that are readily available allows students to use them anywhere in the classroom.
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