My students need 10 pairs of headphones for our technology listening center.
This project expired on March 31, 2014.
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My students are truly 21st century kids. They know that they need to be technologically literate in order to thrive in today's job market.
I teach 21 amazing students in a high poverty.
Title I school. Most students receive free or reduced lunch. The struggles my students face do not diminish their eagerness for learning. I set the expectations high and they stretch to reach them. We are truly a learning community and family.
I am requesting 10 pairs of headphones for our technology center. The top favorite center in my classroom without question is the technology center. The generous donors on Donors Choose have provided a table for our computers. The next greatest need is for headphones. My second graders use the computers multiple times each day. Each student rotates to the computer center for basic math facts practice at morning work, math workshops, and reading centers. Whether they are reading online books, practicing math facts or researching, it is always their favorite place in the room. We use several programs that use the speakers by reading aloud, practicing phonics, or learning game sounds. When there are seven children playing sounds at the same time things can get disruptive and distracting. Headphones would solve this problem.
Your gift to this project would provide enough headphones for each of the netbooks we have.
Thank you for taking the time to consider this project, and thank you in advance for your gift. Finally, thank you for providing the materials that they need to be successful.
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