More than three‑quarters of students from low‑income households
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Keeping Up with Project-Based Learning
My students need 7 Google Chromebooks to assist in research-based projects and daily online activities.
"I believe the children are our future. Teach them well and let them lead the way..." - Whitney Houston, Greatest Love of All
My goal is to have a student-driven classroom, where my students lead class discussions. My hope is to provide my students the resources to build their researching skills.
My 24 students attend a Title I elementary school in a high poverty area.
Many of the students live in a nearby housing community and do not have computers nor Internet access at home. Furthermore, many of my students have come from other countries and bring diversity into my classroom. When they come to school, they are all eager to learn, and appreciate all the resources offered to them.
Through the state's new reading and math curriculum, technology access is crucial for the growth of student learning. In a world embarking on 21st century learning and technology advancement, my students have limited access to resources to help continue their growth as learners. In an effort to increase their researching skills and inquiry-based instruction, the Google Chromebooks will help students learn more modern ways of researching skills and practice their word documentation.
For the reading curriculum, students have online accounts that they cannot readily use. I will like to differentiate my classroom instruction by using the online tools that are individualized based on the students' needs. Furthermore, the reading curriculum has a keyboarding skills assignment that allows the students to practice daily!
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The Google Chromebooks will help my students create global awareness through their meaningful inquiry-based projects, and increase their reading skills with lessons just for them!
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