Learning in our own way is one of the strategies we use to provide flexibility in our classroom. My co-teacher and I would like to provide the tools needed for students to succeed by providing an environment for students to learn to the best of their ability. My co-teacher and I would like to provide a safe, comfortable and homey environment that makes learning welcoming each and every day.
My fourth graders come from a diverse school community of about 600 students.
Together, we are all part of the largest elementary school in our district. These amazing fourth graders continue to inspire me with their desire to learn, and it is my job to find a way to make it.
Teachers are always looking for ways to make the curriculum more engaging and VersaTiles looks like that fits the idea. I have never worked with VersaTiles and being in a new grade level, I'm looking for new ways to bring a new curriculum not only to the kids but to me as a teacher as well. I could see VersaTiles being used in multiple ways in my classroom. This would be a good way for students who struggle with the confidence to use as it is self-checking. I could also use this strategy as a math rotation group and I could also use it for students to use as an extension to our math time or a challenge for students who are flying through our math series. This kit would be for my students that are high flyers and need more of a challenge. The possibilities are endless.
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