My students need an Epson Multimedia Projector to facilitate their access to the curriculum.
"Kindness in words creates confidence. Kindness in thinking creates profoundness. Kindness in giving creates love." -Lao Tzu
Starting a new school year is very challenging and exciting.
I always look forward to a new group of first graders whom are eager to learn. Every year I also strive to have all the necessary materials in order for my students to have a successful year. My students deserve the best. Our school serves a high number of socially and economically disadvantage students in California. All 23 of my students are English Language Learners with a lot of potential, but sometimes they lack interest and motivation to learn.
My goal is for each and every one of my students to meet grade level standards. From the first day of school, I strive to provide a safe and positive environment to enhance their learning in order for them to do their best academically and socially.
My first graders need an Epson Multimedia Projector to be able to access their curriculum. Every child learns differently. All children come with their own modality of learning. Having an Epson projector will allow my 23 students to be able to visually, audibly, and physically engage in the lesson. The projector will target all learning modalities in a whole group environment. My students will learn that they have a classroom environment where even my special needs students will have an additional resource that will enable them to participate in the lessons. The multimedia projector will be used to project the math lessons as well as language arts.
The Epson Multimedia Projector will have a major impact in my students' learning.
This resource will assist in expanding my students' knowledge by enabling them to enhance their learning modalities and put them into practice. In addition, this resource can be used across the curriculum. Thank you for your continued support.
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