More than three‑quarters of students from low‑income households
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Integrating Technology Into Daily ELA Instruction!
My students need 20 headphones to use during ELA technology centers.
I teach an incredibly diverse group of fourth graders from an urban Title 1 school. Since the community is primarily made up of lower socioeconomic families, each student in the school receives a free lunch and breakfast. The community is one that often deals with gang and criminal issues.
My students come from all walks of life.
Inside my general education classroom, I have English language learners and students with disabilities. Despite difficulties, they are all incredibly generous, bright, and motivated to succeed.
Everyday, my students utilize ELA learning centers. Here, they spend 15 minutes at different stations throughout the room: teacher, independent, collaborative, and technology. Each of the stations are designed to allow students to interact with the daily concepts in ways that will best suit their needs.
Integrating technology allows students to solve problems in the real world.
Since many of the students do not have headphones, it is difficult for them to get the most out of their ELA technology center. By donating to this project, you will be allowing each student in the class to gain the most out of their education!
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