More than half of students from low‑income households
$0 still needed
New Curriculum to meet the Common Core Standards
My students need the new cutting edge test prep curriculum created by New Path Learning. They also need white boards and Common Core activity cards.
A typical day in my classroom would consist of hands-on learning. I often teach a lesson and during independent time, students are given an opportunity to practice what they've learned. Students get two opportunities per day to work in centers in math and language arts.
My students attend a low income, Title 1 School in Emeryville, California.
All students need to learn how to use reference materials. Our class currently has a small collection of dictionaries and thesauruses, but not enough for students to share. Students are expected to learn how to use reference materials correctly.
With the new curriculum, students will get to review previous skills taught. They will have an opportunity to review items in a game form and be able to check themselves. Students will use the whiteboards during center time to show their work. With the new Common Core State Standards adoption, students will have to explain how they solved the problem and the new learning curriculum with help.
Students typically spend most of their time at their desk learning new skills, and less time mastering them.
If they had the new learning curriculum, they will be able to bring their learning to life by reviewing the skills in a game format.
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