I teach technology and STEM education to all students in our suburban elementary school. Like most children, my students love to learn about computers and technology; they find the subject very engaging and are motivated to succeed. While our middle class, suburban students are very used to tablets and phones at home, they still need to learn desktop computer skills and programs that will help them achieve throughout their lives.
My students are eager to learn more about technology and computer science.
They are eager to become future engineers and scientists. I hope to fund resources that will help our students confidently advance into their futures.
My room is now a STEM resource classroom. We do alot with technology, engineering, and math so I would love to add more science materials to our room to incorporate the "S". My students love to learn about science. I believe the best way to learn in our classroom environment is through hands-on centers.
These kits would allow them to build on their prior knowledge and learn new skills.
They would be able to learn more about force and motion, matter, cells, magnets, and other important science standards. The various kits would give them the opportunity to touch and manipulate materials to gain a better understanding of the standard.
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