I teach in Lowell, MA. The students in my classroom live in an urban, low-income city. They have limited resources and have even less experience with technology. My students need the motivation to help them grow in and outside of the classroom.
My students all qualify for free or reduced-price lunch under Title I.
The students in my school are hard-working, yet they have basic skills with technology. To help them grow and learn more about STEM jobs, math concepts, and prepare for the future we need to be able to connect concepts with the real world.
Help me give my students a set of slides we can use in science class. They will be able to look up close and personal at different objects. There are some really cool slides like muscle tissues, plant cells, and different animal cells students can look at.
They will get a sense of what the world around them looks like.
These slides will be a great addition to our science class. Students can spend a few class days looking at them and making comparisons about different cells. Students will be able to relate with what they are looking at as well, seeing there will be labels on the slides. Students will make meaningful connections they will use throughout or cells unit.
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