Help me give my students differentiated instruction; we are working to implement math workshop to better reach the needs of all learners and the headphones will help students at the "Math with Computer" station .
Our entire district community is eligible for free breakfast and lunch. My school has students from many ethnic and racial backgrounds as well as an increasing population of ESL students.
I teach great students at a Title I school that has a high population of students from low income families.
My school also serves many students with parents actively serving in the military since our school zone is right beside Fort Campbell. Many students have issues with regular attendance and struggle to catch up upon returning to school.
Math workshop is an approach to math instruction that our school is in the process of implementing in order to meet the diverse needs of our students. We will flexibly group students based on pre-assessment data and work more individually and in small groups to meet students where they are at and get them to learn grade level content.
Math with Technology is one of the parts of math workshop that helps differentiate instruction; in this station, students work independently on grade level and remedial learning targets.
I have asked that students have a pair of earbuds, so that when needed they can listen to a video lesson, but many do not have the ability to bring a set to school.
I am asking for a set of headphones that can be at the station for students that do not have earbuds. This will allow students to listen to the videos instead of having to turn on closed captioning and reading the text of the videos (when available).
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