My students need an Osmo iPad station for our blended learning station model where they will have the reward of learning interacting and having fun.
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My students are bilingual second grade learners from a Title 1 school in a suburban community area. The expectations set in this grade are very high, coming from a bilingual transition instruction curriculum. Their attention spam is very short. It is very hard for them to maintain focused for a short time. They have a hard time concentrating while we are working on reteaching and applying new concepts.
As part of our blended rotation model they would love to have an osmo station where technology and hands on activities will be fused.
I am pretty sure they will be happily engaged interacting with their classmates while learning, new skills, enriching their vocabulary and having fun.
My students are really excited with the flexible seating and blended learning model we are implementing in our school. I would love to add an OSMO station as one of our rotations. This will be a great incentive for some of my learners with short attention spam .
They will be happily engaged developing their creativity, learning, reteaching and applying new concepts combining technology and hands on activities.
I am confident their attention spam will be prolonged and further developed.
I am also planning to use these materials for a fun Friday rotation where some students will be rewarded for their good progress and academic success during the week. This will allow me to address some behaviorlal issues and will impact my positive classroom culture.
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