More than half of students from low‑income households
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My students need station materials, such as a cd player and literacy centers, to utilize independent learning time.
Our school is a title 1 school with very limited funds available for classroom needs. My students need individual learning stations to enhance independent learning while I am working with other small groups.
I teach special education to students 1st-4th grade in a Title one school in Texas.
My students range not only in grade levels, but abilities and learning styles as well. Our school is located in a rural area with only residential property taxes to help fund it. Our campus has a population of over 600 students,with approximately 67% of them being in a low socioeconomic status.
Imagine being in a single classroom with students ranging from 1st grade to 4th grade and one teacher and an assistant for reading, writing, and math. Our classroom is just that. My students work in small groups with the teacher and the others are working independently. My kids would benefit tremendously with the language arts learning stations. My students need a lot of hands-on in order to be successful in their education. These stations as well as the CD player will give my kids the opportunity to enhance their independent learning while I am involved with small groups. I appreciate what DonorsChoose is doing to promote the education of our kids.
Inspiring our kids to learn is often challenging.
As a teacher, I believe that it is my responsibility to make learning fun so students will engage in the learning process. This is a quote from my principal that I have adopted "Every Child, Every Chance, Every Day."
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