I have two classes full of creative individuals who love a good discussion! I am constantly impressed with the level of thinking and questioning that goes on in my classroom. The connections my students make to our reading~ whether text-to-self, text-to-text, or text-to-world~ is truly incredible. Along with their deep thinking, these kids are also fun and competitive! They love to be challenged academically and the strides they’ve made throughout this year are evidence of those efforts.
Each morning we start the school day off with the mantra, “Your growth, your future, you matter!” And I believe this about each one of the students in my classroom.
They push me to be a better teacher... which brings me to wanting to do everything I can to provide my students with the resources they need to be engaged, equipped, and successful.
Students will be able to have easier access to, and better focus on, the technology interventions and online resources available to them. Currently, students have to borrow items or simply deal with inefficient technology. Students struggle with any review game, quiz, or resource that “dragging and dropping” or scrolling is required.
Any type of audio or video I would like students to be able to listen to- whether they are learning history through class zone or listening to an audio article on read works- independently requires students putting volume on low and trying to focus on their task at hand.
Furthermore, accommodations, such as oral testing or individualized pacing, would go much smoother with these resources in our classroom.
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