My students need this tablet to process orders for their curriculum based instruction activities. The Samsung Galaxy tablet will teach students how to process orders using technology based programs.
This project expired on July 30, 2018.
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More than three-quarters of my students are from low-income households and qualify for free or reduced-price lunch. We need your help getting two tablets for a math related curriculum based instruction project that we do for a fundraiser to raise money to purchase rewards incentives and interactive items for our classroom.
Our kids help sell ice cream to teachers for rewards and incentives to their students.
Here is where we need help from you. We need two to three small affordable tablet that the students can use to process orders as teachers need to pay for their orders online so the kids can learn how to process the order from a business entrepeneurial aspect in hopes of one day having their own small business.
Our students will use this table to process ice cream orders sent in by teachers throughout the school. They will process them and then use the table to deliver ice cream to teachers throughout the school. This project will teach students how to have the skills needed to process orders for their own future businesses. In addition to learning basic technology skills, students will learn how to monitoring incoming orders, process them, gather inventory based on orders within the tablet computer based program, and use the tablet as they deliver products to consumer and processing the delivered status immediately online upon delivery.
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