More than half of students from low‑income households
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Help me give my students ideal work spaces with dry erase desk surfaces and privacy folders to help them focus, and work out problems during testing and independent work.
I teach in a wonderful, but large school of over 600 students. Our school is one of 14 elementary schools in the largest school district in New Hampshire. Our students come from a variety of socioeconomic backgrounds. We share a love of learning and a strong community. Having quality, interesting and appropriate materials for student use is a constant quest, as is money for resources.
We learn in different settings, whole class, groups, partners, and sometimes independently.
We use computers, white boards, paper and pencil, Having privacy dividers and white board surface helps with independent lessons.
We spend plenty of work time together, learning from each other in groups, whole class, with partners, and with adult support. However there are times when students need to work alone in a quiet private environment to work things out independently.
Privacy folders and white board spots on desks provide students with a distraction-free independent learning environment when needed.
High quality white dry erase white board paper is so handy for sharing our thinking. We use it often in small groups. When working independently, this surface is equally as useful for students to quickly work out math problems, or take notes. Privacy shields limit distractions.
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