Our students at Kingston have worked hard to achieve the very first Gold Star rating in our small (but rapidly growing), low-income, rural district. I am very proud of these kids and want them to have the best art experiences I can provide for them.
In our little classroom, we might not have a sink but we've got heART!
Our district has a "growing problem"-- which is a good problem to have! But with that, some techy tools, like a document camera, would really help improve their overall experience.
With a growing student population, crowding around the demonstration table has grown more difficult for everyone to get a good look. One key item that would improve the overall quality in our art room is a document camera in order to provide easy viewing of demonstrations. The demonstration is a vital stage in an effective art lesson and has so many other everyday uses! Displaying documents to save paper, scanning images, taking pics to upload to parent e-mails or Artsonia, record sub plans, and so many other super handy things. I've sifted through several models and this one seems to have it all, great price, quality resolution, and great ratings from other teachers. Thanks for your consideration!
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