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Please Help Us Print!
My students need a functional printer and ink to publish their writing.
My students come to the resource room to work on academic and social skills. Despite barriers to learning, they come to school ready to work with a positive attitude and try their best.
I teach 25 special education students in grades K-5 at an urban elementary school that has a strong, diverse community.
This school has 86% of students on free and reduced lunch, and our students speak more than 10 languages (35% are English Language Learners) which means we need materials that will make learning accessible to everyone. My students each come with a large variety of strengths and needs, making a wide range of learning materials imperative. The use of creative seating not only aids their learning process, it also provides an opportunity to practice skills in a fun way.
In the resource room, students work hard every day on writing. This is an especially hard area for many of my students who struggle getting words down on paper. When it finally comes time to publish, they excitedly wait for their work to print. Then have to chase around the school to find it. Sometimes it comes out with streaks. It never comes out in color (which is the biggest disappointment).
With a color printer, and ink, students will be able to publish and showcase all of their hard work.
I can only imagine their excitement the first time their pictures come out in color!
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