The new English teacher walks into his classroom, a smile on his face, a pile of books in his hands, every action portraying that he is more than ready to dispense his knowledge to a room full of students. He steps to the front of the room to begin his first lecture. He’s excited about communicating the great concepts of grammar and language to a group of less-than-excited freshman. But after a few days of lecturing, the glory of teaching fades into a grind. He realizes that no matter how much passion he shows for language, his students aren’t all that excited about what they’re learning. And teaching is a lot of work. In addition to organizing a lecture each day, he has assignments to plan, quizzes and tests to write, and papers to grade. He has to give each students the many requirements for assignments, and collect what they turn in.
Is there any way to make the burden easier for a new teacher? What about giving each student a USB flash drive that is preloaded with the course syllabus, requirements for assignments, and any other handy materials all in one convenient place. The student could use this drive to save assignments that he’s working on.
Once the teacher writes up and assembles all the information he wants to give his students, he can give it to a company like CF Gear that produces custom flash drives in large quantities with a wide array of options for customers. That way he can ensure that no student can say he didn’t get the information he was supposed to receive. It’s all on the flash drive, all guaranteed to be there, thanks to a carefully controlled, high-tech duplicating process.
And why not label the drive with the name of the class? CF Gear can engrave text or a logo with laser to clearly identify a USB drive. That way the student can’t say he just thought it was his own and forgot it had the class info on it. And everyone will want to take the class in which she can get a flash drive instead of just a plain old paper syllabus and stacks of paper assignments throughout the semester.
Or, you can add color—up to 4 colors to brighten up the surface of an otherwise fairly standard flash drive. But it doesn’t have to be “fairly standard.” You can browse a selection of all kinds of shapes and sizes and materials for drives on CF Gear’s website. Add some color to your students’ lives that doesn’t involve marking red ink all over their papers. A teacher doesn’t have to settle for what every other teacher does. He can make his classroom more exciting and ease his planning by adding custom USB flash drives to his teaching.