My students need a laptop computer to help them research and complete math and science projects.
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My students are in a Title I, 6-12 school, in the South Bronx. They come from all different backgrounds and socioeconomic statuses. One hundred percent of the students receive free lunch. In the ICT class, I have students with special needs, and it is important to have multiple access points to reach all students in a class.
The majority of my students come in with very low test scores in both ELA and math, but when they graduate high school, they are at or exceed grade level.
Students meet the social and emotional needs with the support of ICT teachers, school support and after school activities. Students are college and career ready when they graduate from school.
This laptop would make a huge impact in the lives of my special needs students in math and science class. The use of technology will allow for different structures of learning in the classroom. It will assist me in implementing a math and science technology center for students to complete assignments and spend extra time working in small groups.
Students will be able to research projects, gather data, and engage in interactive lessons.
It will enable me to download apps for various math and science practice skills, which would allow me to have activities for both my highest performing and most struggling students. Students at different levels can work together and collaborate to conduct experiments. Giving low-income students access to new technology is an investment in their future.
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