My students need durable headphones to use at our computer station.
This project expired on September 5, 2018.
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The students in my class attend an urban district with financial struggles. All the students in my class receive free or reduced-price lunch. Many of them have experienced crime in their lives and find it difficult to come to school. My students have a range of learning abilities and have diverse backgrounds. The typical student in my class reads at a third grade level and many struggle with basic writing skills. Ninety percent of our students are African-American or Latino. The lagging opportunity and achievement gaps are apparent among my student population.
My students deserve an opportunity to learn and thrive in an environment that supports 21st Century Learning.
There continues to be a slide in the school's budget, so any chance to provide them with relevant and supporting resources extends their learning.
My students need durable headphones in the classroom. Having a class set of headphones will give my students the opportunity to watch learning videos, listen to books, and complete assignments on iReady without distracting other students working in the classroom. Think about how much these headphones can make the world come to life for my students. They can learn by listening to engaging activities in all subjects.
With a class set of headphones, I will be able to provide my students with a wide range of viewing activities to develop key skills.
Our world is full of rich sounds that make learning fun and engaging today and in the future.Please consider helping our class out. We would greatly appreciate it.
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