Help me give my students the ability to produce hydroelectric power and build electromagnets to gain exposure and expertise in Applied Sciences.
This project expired on November 29, 2019.
Hooray! This project is fully funded
My students are very conscientious and hard-working. While they need structure, they also thrive within activities that utilize a more hands-on approach. I am organized and structured in my approach to teaching, and creative within that structure as well, so I have a lot to offer them.
They love to get their jobs done and then move on to different activities that are perhaps a bit more fun.
Who can blame them? We all like to have something to look forward to, and they are no different. Therefore, I always like to plan activities that enable them to learn in a different way.
Any items we receive from Donors Choose are always a plus, above and beyond what is provided by public school. These items always bring a great deal of excitement to my classroom.
These materials will make a difference because students will be able to build something together that clearly illustrates scientific concepts. Not only will they be building things, they will be learning to work together to achieve goals.
Students are faced today with more in-depth and challenging Science standards.
They need comprehensive and engaging kits that have enough supplies for all of them to be learning at once.
These kits that I have ordered fit the bill! They are realistic in providing enough materials so that many groups can work at once, and there is a set goal to be achieved through following procedures and working together.
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