More than three‑quarters of students from low‑income households
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Keep a Record. It Lasts Longer!
My students need a good medium (composition notebooks) for note-taking and journaling with a variety of writing utensils (pens, colored pencils and highlighters).
My students are willing and eager learners. They love to come to class and see what is in store for them that day. My school is 100% free and reduced lunches due to the low income of their parents.
It is a poor neighborhood, but our school is full of hard-working teachers who have written many DonorsChoose grants to provide new and interesting materials for our students.
For the most part, they behave well and hope to have the opportunity to become well-educated and responsible citizens of our community.
All scientists use a journal to keep track of their work, tests, and findings. My students have been doing investigations in energy this semester in our science curriculum. Many of them have enjoyed looking back at their understandings before and after instruction. Others like looking back at previous investigations to help them build a new model to test and study.
As we begin to investigate life science, we need new composition books and the writing tools (pens, colored pencils and highlighters) to make it amazing!
In our physical science unit they really did a good job showing the components of their models and the flow of energy; neither of which they had ever done before. They enjoyed learning how to use a journal so much, I want to try it in math, as well.
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