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Lakeside 2050:Classroom

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Katrina Dye

on 6 April 2015

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Transcript of Lakeside 2050:Classroom

Problem
From now to the future (2050) Students are always having to get up during class to go homeroom to go and get their bag, go and sharpen their pencil, they need to get a new pencil, students complain that they cannot see the teacher, or they cannot see the board, and they want to keep getting up and it keeps interrupting the teacher. And I have a solution for that.
Solution
For 2050 Here is my idea to keep students from getting up during class. We could put a pencil dispenser in the desk so they will not have to ask the teacher for a new pencil. We could also install an silent but electric pencil sharpener inside of the students desk. So students will not have to get up to go and get their bag we could put a pair of backpack hooks on the back of the chairs so their bag is at their finger tips. To solve the we can't see the teacher problem we could make the chairs in the classroom in the shape of a circle so everyone Faces the teacher. And finally we could put a hologram board inside of the desk so whenever the teacher is writing the student may see what the teacher is writing, and put a calculator in the desk so your student will never forget their calculator ever again.
Lakeside 2050:Classroom
A Glimpse into the Future of Lakeside School District
By:Haley Dyer
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