My students need an iPad for computer access with a protection plan and a durable case.
This project expired on December 26, 2014.
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Imagine being a 6th grade student who loves history, but you are not able to use digital materials in the classroom to view and research history because of limited access. I teach at a Title I school in SC, where access to computers is limited.
My school is a very culturally diverse school with students of varying socio-economic backgrounds.
My school is a Title I school, which means there is a high number of children who come from low income families. My students are technologically advanced students who love to learn.
Access to computers and the Internet is limited. My students will use these tablets to make history come alive for them. By using the tablets, students will be able to view online resources and conduct research in the classroom. Since many of the children at my school are from low income families, their access to these resources at home is not always an option. With these iPads, students can use them to complete assignments and further their knowledge on the content in my World History class.
Many of the students I teach do not have access to computers or the Internet at home.
Donations to this project will help me better assist my students in the classroom with their learning. With these three tablets, my students will be able to take their learning outside of the textbook and expand on the material they will be taught in the classroom. I have some very enthusiastic students, and these materials will help me better serve their curiosity about History.
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