I have the pleasure of working with second and third grade special education students within the learning support classroom. My students come to my classroom with IEP's and academic needs in the areas of reading, writing, and math. My students are eager to learn and show growth throughout the school year despite coming from low-income and high poverty communities.
Enthusiastic, creative, and hard working; my students are ready to immerse themselves in any kind of challenge.
My students have been faced with many obstacles such as trauma, death of loved ones, single parent households, homelessness, and lack of every day resources such as food, clothing, and financial hardships. Yet, my students still show up to school every day with a smile on their face because our school is their "safe haven". I want to be able to give my second and third grade students opportunities to improve academically, grow as individuals, and challenge themselves to exceed their own expectations. My students are the future and nothing will stop me from helping them achieve greatness.
Students today are thriving on various forms of technology. Every child is unique and learns differently. By incorporating technology into my classroom, I am accommodating different learning styles specific to my students academic needs. My goal is to use these seven tablets as a way to keep my scholars engaged and take learning to a whole new level. The tablets will allow my students to practice their technological skills as well as using the tablets for various forms of interactive assessments using a variety of apps. Currently, at my school, we have Chromebooks for the students to use; however, they are only used for our online I-ready program and diagnostic testing.
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