How will my students view their educational experience?
A culture of learning refers to the atmosphere and energy level in a classroom where students are engaged in important work.
I teach in an urban school which serves five hundred and seventy students with more than half of our student population coming from low-income families. There are diverse challenges due to state budget cuts.
My multicultural second graders come from various socioeconomic backgrounds, and they have different learning styles. However, their unique personality traits are like a sunset seeing a rainbow for the very first time. I think of them as my inspiring young authors and little problem-solvers. They enjoy buddy reading, social-emotional learning activities, real-world math exploration, and learning how to play the game of chess. My students are also learning first-hand about generosity and compassion from donors like you.
How do you prepare 21st Century students to thrive in a global technology society?
Introduce Bit Coding Robots as an educational tool into the classroom; they are engaging, innovative, and a real-world connection to science, engineering, and technology.
My students will enjoy coding with Bits and building like an engineer with STEM engineering story kits.
The storybook formats series integrate a science kit; it provides hands-on engagement to teach simple engineering concepts to primary students. How? It has a strong foundational basis for kids to develop STEM related skills and comprehension for continuous future learning. The kits also addresses the following academic skills: math, visual-spatial skills, and reasoning and concept development. In a small group setting, the materials will provide opportunities for my students to engage in hands-on science exploration and coding, thus expanding their imagination.
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