My class starts every day with the promise, "Let's make it a great day!" They enter the room excited to learn. They are a group of students who have embraced the idea of being a community of learners who are always there for each other. They are full of wonder. Throughout the school year, I watch them develop their ability to delve into a task and problem solve. Our school is built on the idea of community.
We are an ELL center-based school and have a high level of Hispanic culture which is embraced by staff, students, and the entire community.
We are also a Title I School where a high percentage of our students receive free lunch. We do not let these things define us, rather we all work harder to overcome any obstacles that the students face that we cannot change. Students and staff give 100%.
These tablets are at the top of my most needed list. They will help students with their grammar and will help them become better prepared for next year.
LCD writing tablets would help my students work on targeted skills while saving paper and our environment.
Each day we practice skills that hit learning targets for the students. This can be done in various ways. Having LCD tablets can help us do quick checks without having to waste paper. This also reduces waste of dry erase markers.
The tablets are fun for the students to use. They also are clean compared to the mess that dry erase boards make.
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