My students need an LED TV with VGA and a DVD player to view presentations, demonstrations, and instructional material.
In my classroom, students are able to experience the joy of creating. They create drawings, paintings, stained glass windows, and even the school's yearbook.
My seventh through twelfth grade students love to share their creations with our school community, and they love to learn new ways to create or to improve their projects.
They strive diligently to produce quality projects. They often work together to solve problems, and to seek out information and techniques that will allow them to meet that goal.
Through an LED TV with VGA and a DVD player, presentations, demonstrations and instructional material can be viewed in a format that is large enough for each student to clearly see information that will further improve their creations. Currently, when I give presentations, etc. to the class, the students and I gather around my laptop computer. This causes students to feel crowded and can hinder their view of the screen preventing them from having the best learning experience possible. The large size of the TV will allow each student to remain at his/her desk while enjoying an unobstructed view of the presented information or the demonstration.
Through this technology, my students will gain a more clear and unimpeded understanding of the information being presented.
It will allow me to take students on virtual tours of art galleries spanning the globe. It will also enable me to provide more efficient instruction and understanding of publications software to my yearbook staff, which will then allow them to spend more time productively utilizing that software to produce a creative yearbook.
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