My 5th and 6th grade students are inquisitive and want to learn. They are becoming better researchers, citizens, writers, neighbors, readers, mathematicians, and life-long learners. They start each period eager to get right to work.
The students are intrigued by sharing results (not resources).
We are a high poverty school and resources are scarce or worn. We rely on finishing online activities during the school day. The students are proud to show their work in progress and take constructive criticism.
Using new individual dry-erase boards will allow each student to show their answer so the teacher knows to re-teach, help individuals, re-groups or move on! We have some old boards, but they are scratched up and no longer hold the dry-erase ink very well.
We use the boards a lot in math so each student has a chance to participate and the teacher can quickly and easily visually see if someone needs assistance.
The students like writing and drawing on them and holding them up for the teacher and their classmates to see!
Hopefully, our art teacher can put the old dry-erase boards to good use.
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