More than half of students from low‑income households
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My students need 10 headphones for our computers so they can watch instructional videos and be involved with our blended learning.
We have flipped our classroom. Our students watch instructional videos for homework and do traditional homework in class, with the teacher. For students with no computer or Internet connection, they watch videos in the classroom during their time. We need headphones for the computers.
Our students attend a large Title I school.
Many do not have computers or Internet at home but have cell phones with internet access. Our students come from hard working blue collar families. They are good respectful kids filled with school spirit and enthusiasm. They are community oriented and believe in the "team concept."
We have flipped the math classroom. Students go home and watch instructional videos while trying to solve a couple of problems. These videos and problems are the introduction to each concept for these students. After they complete the videos and problems they answer online summary questions. Based on their answers, they are grouped according to how well they understand the material. The teacher assigns work in class and walks around class helping each group with their work and clarifying misconceptions. Students who did not complete the assignment work on classroom computers to complete the home assignment before working on each concept.
We do not have headphones for our computers in the class. This makes it hard for students to watch videos without interruption. In order to improve the flipping experience, headphones are pivotal.
The flipped learning model is a new and exciting teaching method.
Headphones will allow students without Internet access at home to come and do their work, in the classroom in or outside of the normal class time. These headphones will help students progress through the course without interruption.
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