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No. Students 18
Subject Special Education
Need Pre-K, early learning
My program consist of Integrated Specialized Preschool, (Preschool Learning Activities and Classroom Experience) classroom is a program for Exceptional Special Education and Voluntary Pre-kindergarten students. This is an educational program for children ages 4-5 years of age, who function in the mildly handicapped areas of exceptional student educ...
No. Students 10
The classroom is for Prekindergarten students with an identified need in exceptional education under an eligibility related to autism spectrum disorder. Needs are concentrated in communication and social skills development at an emergent readiness level . Students are in need of engaging and innovative concrete experiences and materials that can b...
No. Students 24
Welcome to Mrs. Frush's Kindergarten Class! Our eager students are known as the Can-Do Kids!
An important component of the Kindergarten curriculum is to have children engaged in centers such as art, writing, reading, drama, blocks, math and many more. During centers, children use the resources (such as games, cards, manipulatives) to learn throu...
No. Students 22
We would benefit from acquiring iPads to use in our classroom....
No. Students 20
This year my classroom will be an ELL classroom. I will have a mix of English and non-English speaking students. This is a kindergarten classroom so for many of my students this is their first exposure to a school environment. I am looking forward to the experiences of a rich and diversified classroom this year. Thank you to everyone that supports ...
No. Students 17
I have 17 amazing little 4 year olds. They are eager to learn. We are in need of pre-k level reading books, art supplies, math materials, glue, construction paper, paper towel, soap, disinfect supplies and other supplies for a pre-k class. I can only buy paper, soap, and paper towel on a regular basis. I get parents to buy materials but it doesn...
Words cannot describe how grateful I am towards my class sponsor and the adopted classroom program. As we are soon entering a new school year, I am excited to enter a new classroom with a new set of students. Leaving behind my kindergarten classroom is a bitter sweet experience. However, I am confident to say that because of my class sponsor, th...
No. Students 5
Subject Special needs
I teach young children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Each of my students are very special and unique individuals that learn and explore our world through their senses. In order to provide them a enriched classroom to meet thier needs, I must purchase expensive equipment, devices, and materials. If I am adopted, I will be able to purchase the thi...
No. Students 25
My Pre-K classroom of 25 students would benefit from updated furniture and toys in the family living play center. This play center is the most popular area in my classroom. This is where students are able to practice cooperation, problem solve and develop self-concept.
Having been well used for more than nine years, the furniture, dolls and prete...
My name is Kelly Rivere and I teach Pre-K at Frederick Douglass Elementary. Majority of our students are from low socioeconomic homes/neighborhoods and are not exposed to literature at home. If adopted, I would buy children’s literature for a take home lending library. I want my students to love reading!...
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I am currently an Intensive Reading and Special Education teacher at Kinloch Park Middle School. I have been teaching at this school for 12 years. The Intensive Reading class consists of students who scored low levels on assessments and demonstrate limited reading skills such as in the areas of comprehension, vocabulary, fluency, and phonics. Included in these classes are also students in the Special Education program. These students range from disabilities in cognitive learning disabilities to emotional difficulties. Our school is considered a “Title 1” school, meaning 93% of the school population qualify for free or reduced lunch. Additionally, we have a large population of students in the ESOL program. In other words, the majority of our students have limited skills in the English language. I began incorporating Interactive Notebooks this past school year. It is a great tool for learning whereas students are able to personalize and make meaning of the information presented in class. It also functions as a powerful study tool, a working portfolio, appeals to the multiple intelligences, encourages pride and ownership of student work, reinforces organizational skills, keeps students engaged, and helps with college and career readiness. Using Interactive Notebooks involves plenty of materials such as colored pencils and markers, scissors, scotch tape, glue, pencils, colored paper and/or construction paper, and of course Composition Notebooks. It is very difficult for students to bring in materials to school. Throughout the school year, students bring less and less materials. It comes to a point where I cannot even lend them pencils because I do not have any more. We, as teachers, receive a limited classroom materials stipend in late October. Sometimes it is not enough. Technology materials such as ink can get expensive. Therefore, in order to have a successful school year for 2016-2017, classroom materials are imperative to learning, creativity, and success!
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