My school is located in a small, diverse community in West Virginia. The students in my classroom receive free breakfast and lunch because they come from low-income households. The economic needs of my students are very high, and the life-experiences of my students are very unique.
I have a wide variety of diverse learners in my classroom.
My students are eager to come to school every day to learn and try new things. They are active, hands-on learners ready to take on the world. They love collaborating with their peers and need that extra boost of comfort in order to do so.
This iPad charging unit will be a great addition to my classroom. This item will charge all of my students' iPads. It has several great features. It is easily movable with one cord in the back to plug into the wall. It is also small in size.
Classrooms come in all shapes and sizes, and this user-friendly iPad charging cart is the perfect size to keep my students' iPads charged and ready to go!
My classroom is 1:1 iPads; therefore, iPads have become a major component to my instructional plans. I'm always trying to find new ways to integrate technology into my classroom.
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