Wireless Technology: We've Got No Strings to Hold Us Down!
My students need wireless headphones, wireless mice, and rechargeable batteries to make our computer station easier to use!
This project expired on August 3, 2018.
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My students come to school each day excited and ready to learn! Kindergarten is an exciting entrance to the world of formal schooling.
I teach at a Title I school, where 75% of the students qualify for free or reduced-price lunch.
Our population is racially and ethnically diverse.
It is so important to get these kids excited about learning from an early age so that they can work to break the poverty cycle. We are working to get college into these kids' minds, starting right from kindergarten!
My students need wireless headphones, wireless mice, and rechargeable batteries to make our computer station easier to use! We are so lucky to have a set of ten Chromebooks in our classroom. The students LOVE to use them. However, setting up the computers, untangling headphone cords and mice cables, and then getting everything plugged in wastes valuable learning time. Currently, our computer table ends up with a tangle of cords running every which way.
Wireless headphones and wireless mice will help my students to more independently set up and use computers during our workshop time.
I'm so excited picturing the computer table being neat and organized, without wires laying across the tables. The Chromebook group is one of the most engaging areas in my classroom and I'd like to the students to use this area more often and more easily.
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