Help me give my students headphones that fit over their small ears and have replaceable cords for wear and tear.
This project expired on December 26, 2019.
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I teach 46 students. These students spend half of their day learning English and half of their day learning Chinese. In our class we live by the motto, "work hard and be kind." My students must work very hard to learn everything that is required in both English and Chinese. They are required to do more homework, more reading, and to work on a Chinese program at home. My students make me so happy.
They are kind to each other and helpful to others around them.
They do everything that is required of them with a smile. My students are amazing!
I want all of my students to develop a love of learning.
Differentiated instruction is critical for students to develop a love of learning.
If the material is too difficult or too easy, students often get frustrated.
My students have the opportunity to spend 30 minutes a day using technology. They play a math game and an English game. Both of these programs differentiate the student's instruction. My students love Lexia and Prodigy. They feel successful because they are working on their own level.
In order to have all students playing at the same time they must use headphones or earbuds. Earbuds are usually much too big for 2nd graders. Headphones are perfect but are very expensive to provide for every student. These headphones fit perfectly over the students' ears. These headphones block out all other noises. These headphones also have a replaceable cord, this will ensure that they will last for many years.
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