My students are very curious and eager to learn! They love using technology and lessons that require them to be innovative. My students are able to work in a very safe area and they take advantage of the flexibility in our classroom. Students work better on the floor, on stability chairs, or on soft cushions on the floor.
One thing you can always see in my classroom is that my students love to explore, collaborate, and design.
However, I have to be creative with getting technology into my classroom, because so few of my students have their own tablets or devices. Despite the lack of technology some of them have at home, at school, I expose them to programs, apps, and devices, and they surprise me with the products they create!
I would love to add these Ozobots to my classroom because I love using technology in my lessons. Students are naturally good at using technology and I love being able to give them a topic and let them create on their own. Students create many products in my classroom, and very rarely do any products look like one another. I love how using technology helps broaden my classroom walls and students can experience the world with their creations and research!
Ozobots are tiny robots students can easily code to perform a variety of movements and tasks!
In this day in age, where everything is electronic and fast paced, students will need to be competitive when they start their career search. I hope that with these Ozobots, I can introduce my students to, and help them develop a love for computer science!
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