My students need 30 quality headphones for the technology lab. So much learning can occur through sounds and explanation on educational sites!
This project expired on March 1, 2013.
Hooray! This project is fully funded
We all know the daily learning that occurs from interaction with sound on the Web. So much knowledge to be submersed in! Our computer lab is brand new, and the price tag of the computers in our lab left no room for headphones.
The students in the technology lab at Kennesaw Charter Science and Math Academy are in grades Kindergarten through Sixth Grade.
We are in our first year of classes at our brand new school building. We love the family atmosphere of the school and the focus on learning in all aspects of life.
These headphones will give full sound to educational sites and experiences available on the Internet to all of the 800+ students at our school. Kindergarten and First Grade students will be able to connect phonics lessons in classrooms with fun educational games and activities. First graders will have feedback on their math facts activities. Second and third graders will be able to have voice-to-text capability to ensure fluency development. Fourth and fifth graders will be able to watch and report on educational videos. Sixth graders will be able to fully explore the how to videos their instructor has created to teach them about web tool usage.
Please consider donating to this project.
Kennesaw Charter Science and Math Academy is a place of daily educational successes, and these headphones will assist the technology lab in being that much more phenomenal of an addition to our new school.
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