I believe that students must be genuinely engaged in their learning if it is going to be meaningful and long-lasting. This engagement can come in various forms, but one consistent way to make learning exciting is to integrate hands-on lessons.
Our students have school pride that is contagious.
Approximately 547 children attend my school and identify mostly as Multiracial, Black, non-Hispanic, and Asian. 100% of the students here receive free breakfast and lunch. We are also a Title I school with at least 75% of our school's students coming from low-income families. Our school is part of a huge military community. We have a well-maintained school with a loving, caring administrator, as well as teachers and support staff who do everything within their power to see that the needs of the students are met. We put students first. My students work very hard and are excited about learning. Everyone is valued, and we do all we can to provide what each child needs.
My students needs headphones for their laptops. Each student have access to individual laptops in my classes but we do not have access to headphones, therefore making it difficult to use this technology effectively due to noise level in the classroom.
Headphones will grant my students more opportunity for individualized learning where they can maximize the use of technology in my classroom.
Students will be able to listen to stories and articles read to them, in addition, they will be able to watch math videos that will enhance classroom topics.
The headphones will help my students to engage in their learning and take ownership of their learning goals and progress.
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