Are you one of the tens of thousands of high school teachers making the transition to block scheduling? With this book, you can learn how to adjust and improve your teaching skills in the block period. Eleven high school teachers in public high schools compiled studies based upon their experiences. The result? Practical research studies that focus on the transition from short periods to block periods, innovative and complex uses of time within the period, structural innovations in programs, and utilizing an instructional coach to improve teaching and learning in block periods. (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Teaching and Learning in the Intermediate Multiage Classroom
The Lincoln Community School
Academic Development in the Intermediate Multiage Classroom
Social Development in the Intermediate Multiage Classroom
Multiage Language Arts
Multiage Social Studies
Home, Architecture, and Structure: An Integrated Unit
The Benefits of the Multiage Classroom
The Personal and Social Benefits of Elementary Multiage Classrooms
The Academic Benefits of Elementary Multiage Classrooms
Succeeding at Multiage Teaching
Multiage Classrooms and State Standards and Testing
Becoming a Multiage Teacher
Multiage Classrooms in the Twenty-first Century.
Leeds and Marshak examine the benefits of multiage classrooms by exploring how such classrooms function and provide a detailed description of an individual unit designed to maximize the potential of this non-traditional form of intermediate education. By describing the benefits multiage classrooms provide in terms of personal, social, and academic achievement, plus outlining a process for teachers to become successful in this environment, this book is bound to interest administrators, teachers, and researchers in education.