Help me give my students a teaching table to engage in more one-on-one and small group instruction.
This project expired on January 24, 2019.
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Pre-K is an exhilarating and fun age for students. My students are learning about letter-sound relationship, numbers, shapes, colors, and how to hold a pencil. They are always willing to learn, and asks many questions. They love using hands-on learning, where they can make a connection in their growing minds.
I love going to school each day to watch their resilient minds grow.
In my classroom we work together, and cheer each other along. They are constantly teaching me with how fast they learn, and the types of relationships they build with each other.
Having a teaching table for small groups will help to build a stronger learning environment for each student. During center time, it is difficult to work with a group of students. I do not have an area that allows me to stay focus on a particular group why the rest of the class is at centers. A teaching table will allow me to work with groups to help differentiate instruction based on students' level, interests, and needs.
My students are more interactive with each other and the lesson when they are in small groups.
This table will allow me to keep tract of where students are academically, because I will be able to do more one-on-one instruction and small groups. I want to make my classroom a successful and fair learning environment. Adding this table will make my classroom a more positive learning environment for all students.
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