My students need resources in order to further their learning, and have access to technology integrating both math and science. By obtaining these four Samsung Galaxy tablets it’ll allow my students to use different technologies.
I teach fourth grade in the Rio Grand Valley (Mission, Tx) that is 100% rural. Our students are from low-income families which qualifies and depends on government funds to survive and 100% of the students qualify for free lunch. All my students are at risk and English language learners. I have an incredible group of students; unfortunately, they come from a lower income area which many of them do not have resources available to them at home. Although there are barriers, all the students are eager to learn how to read, do science research papers, and write.
I am requesting 4 Samsung Galaxy tablets for my fourth graders to use. My students will use these tablets throughout the day, but especially during reading, math, science and writing. Audiobooks allow my students to read independently at their level and assess their reading comprehension. Use interactive programs that enable the students to further their understanding of math concepts, as well as self assesment, and science applications that will enable them to explore the world around them.
Today technology has become such an integral part of our curriculum and for today daily life.
My fourth graders need to take exams on computer. But our school is lacking resources, leaving them to wait to use a computer. Using these Galaxy tablets will be an educative way to introduce technology, develop reading and writing skills, as well as doing expositive research to be college ready.
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