My classroom is a place filled with enthusiastic students eager to learn the answers to the questions they have about our world. A typical day includes working with peers, class discussions, and projects designed to encourage independent research and learning.
For many of my students, this is their first experience in a class devoted solely to science.
Students achieve their learning goals through lab work, looking at current research and sharing their results with their peers. My students come from varied backgrounds and family settings. They all come together to make the four groups of students I teach each day. Every class has a different dynamic and different needs. I have students that range from the academically gifted to students with learning disabilities. My class provides students with the opportunity to experiment with the world around them. They are excited about the possibility of getting the answers to questions about the world that they have always wondered about.
My students need to have supplies at the ready in our classroom. When they can keep their binders in class there are no lost projects or assignments. Having pencils, scissor, and glue sticks organized in pencil boxes will keep my students focused on the task at hand.
It is imperative that my students have the supplies they need at school.
Many of my students do not have a designated space at home to complete school work or an adult available who can help them with their studies. Student success is increased when they have the supplies that they need plus their teacher on hand to guide their learning.
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