My students are special needs students who have multiple disabilities. They walk into our classroom everyday full of life, ready to learn and excited for what is in store for them that day. They are a group of children who work hard at being an inspiration to themselves and to others.
They enjoy incorporating what they have learned from real life experiences and they are very enthusiastic about learning!
There are many outside factors that they cannot control that can affect their day. They each have their own learning needs which makes it very important for me to provide my students with differentiated instruction, a safe environment, as well as an education that is based around whole brain learning.
We are a part of an elementary school in Columbus, Ohio which is highest poverty. Our students do not have the resources at home to succeed in this world, so it is my job to help them learn these skills at school!
It is very important to have a clean classroom for both students and staff, especially during this time of the year. Help us stay healthy and in school learning everyday!
As a high poverty school, we're faced with a limited budget for even the most essential items that help keep students healthy and at school.
This project will help my students stay healthy and focused on their goals by preventing illnesses through the use of hand sanitizer, soap and tissues. My classroom will become a safer place for students by providing organization for our classroom supplies through the purchase of plastic containers. These supplies will help maintain a healthy classroom environment for my students, which keeps them learning year-round.
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