Help me give my students five Hokki stools to add to our flexible seating choices.
This project expired on January 29, 2019.
Hooray! This project is fully funded
As a teacher in a lower-income school, my students are faced with several challenges both in and out of the classroom. With so many challenges, it is important to keep our learning environment exciting and engaging.
At times, my eager learners struggle to stay focused on our lessons.
They like to move, they love to read, and love lots of positive attention. Many of the students are being raised in nontraditional households and receive a free lunch based on their socioeconomic status. With our families having these additional financial struggles, it is not possible to ask for extra donations for our learning environment. Often my students have very hectic days without any consistency. When these students come to me, I do my very best to keep a predictable routine. Through this routine the students can be successful and find academic excellence.
A students inability to focus and complete work was changed when it was his turn to sit on the Hokki stool. A student with great ability but short attention span sat quietly on task, completed her work. Students who normally wander the room are now sitting, working and focusing on their tasks. These Hokki stools worked wonders!
Hokki stools allow all students to have a sense of movement while maintaining their concentration on work.
I would like to have a complete class set of Hokki stools, so my students can all benefit. These 5 stools will get us closer and help to illimenate some bickering over stools!
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