Help me give my students the technology they need to succeed in learning math and science. My students are in need of an Ipad in our classroom since we strive to incorporate valuable technology resources into our lessons.
Our campus is at 98% free and reduced lunch. Our scholars come from a low socio-economic background, yet each and every one of them strive to make our community a much better place through hosting community farmer's markets and initiatives like 'No Place for Hate.' Our campus is also an ESTEAM campus, focusing on entrepreneurship, science, technology, engineering, arts, and math.
Our scholars learn how to communicate, collaborate, be creative, and critically think through the Canvas platform to help them strive to be better at their 21st Century skills.
Our scholars have interests in robotics, coding, and other STEAM related activities which better help their understanding of current 21st century skills and help open various doors later in life.
Growing our students' 21st century skills is vital to a successful path later in life. Our students would explore their critical thinking skills, collaborate with others, and express their creativity through the use of technology in the classroom.
Our students are growing up in an age where technology is ever-so important in their learning.
With the use of the iPad in our classroom, we will be able to take our learning outside by taking pictures of our environment, bring the outside world to our classroom by having virtual field trips, and exploring new ways of learning by implementing QR codes in and around our classroom for exciting learning-treasure hunts.
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