Help me give my students paper and ink, laminating pouches, tissues and paper towels to clean all the messes we will have throughout the school year.
This project expired on December 7, 2019.
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I currently teach students who have autism. The school I teach at is in a low-income community. Given the fact that my students have a moderate to severe disability, they do require sensory materials and handcrafted lessons to meet their needs. My students are in a self-contained class for all of their academic subjects because not only do they have autism, but they also have a moderate learning disability; which requires me to individualize student instruction to meet their learning needs. The students in my classroom not only have to overcome their learning deficits, but also have to work around their orthopedic needs.
Unfortunately, my class does not receive sufficient funds and resources to provide for my students specific academic and sensory needs.
My students are required to use an online program for both Social Studies and Science. Not all my student can access the material using a tablet and do require a tangle text. Therefore, to provide my students access to the curriculum that meets one or all of their learning modalities, I print this 600-page document for them. Given that it is such a large document, I go through a lot of ink each year. I am asking for ink, paper, and of course file folders so that I can keep these large documents on file for future usage.
Providing me with these materials will allow me to give my students the materials that will meet their learning needs.
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