Setting Students Up for Independent Learning and Engagement
Help me give my students tools that will help my students take charge of their own learning! Through anchor charts and manipulatives that are well organized and accessible, my students will have what they need to be engaged learners!
I am incredibly fortunate to teach in a community that is made up of diverse, unique, creative, independent, and empathetic children. I come to school excited to see their smiling faces looking up at me ready to learn and try their best.
My students are inquisitive, kind, and thoughtful.
They care about the world around them and they are passionate about learning and helping each other learn. They come together-- some French speakers, some not-- and create a community of culturally diverse critical thinkers.
I am asking for funding for supplies that will help students become independent, critical thinkers and learners.
The tools and resources on this list all will ensure that my classroom is a space where students are comfortable venturing on their own to find what they need to help them take control of their own learning.
Whether they go for one of the fun, engaging math games that helps them really hone in on a concept that they are taught or reach into a Copernicus bin where manipulatives will be stored and easily accessible, students will be hands on and in charge of their learning.
Students learn best when they are given a choice and the classroom is designed to allow for autonomy so your contribution plays a profound and powerful role in ensuring that this happens!
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