My students need lapel microphones for the cross-curriculum play “Next Stop...Mars!” The play explores Science, Social Studies, English, and Math. Students are encouraged to showcase their hard work and build confidence!
My students are in middle school. The students are beginning to explore the world of science through instructional technology.
My school creates lifelong learners and innovative thinkers.
Every child has competencies, gifts, and fortes. In today’s society, technology is not a choice; it is a way of life. In order to continue to instill the zest for learning, our students need the exposure. The students in my class strive for academic distinction. They all are intrinsically caring, kind, and team-oriented. The students make an effort to improve in all facets of life.
My classes consist of 140 remarkable students. We cover almost every corner of the world, with at least 3-4 different languages spoken per class. Diversity is their number one strength and overcoming obstacles is their success story.
Lapel microphones are a necessity for the play “Next Stop Mars!” Attaining lapel microphones will allow students to move across the stage freely, and project their voice to the audience. The play is student-led, and the school’s STEM Club advisors are acting as a guide. Lapel microphones are part of the digital equipment that will bring the finishing touch to the project. Students are eagerly preparing for the play and looking forward to showcasing their hard work and new concepts learned. Lastly, the audience full of educators, peers and families will be able to hear their pupils' voices and eagerly cheer them on to their new academic heights.
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