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Creating Nongraded K-3 Classrooms
Teachers' Stories and Lessons Learned



April 1996 | 224 pages | Corwin
Reflective Practice; Anne Dill, Geraldine Hendricks 4. Sea of Changes: Finding Sunken Treasures in Shark-Infested Waters; Cathy Cool 5. Assessment in a Nongraded Primary Program: Discovering Children's Voices and Talents; Kris Gregory, Gayle Moore, Vickie Wheatley, Anna Yancey 6. "Let the Wild Rumpus Start!": The Story of One Multiage/Multiability Classroom; Tina Cron, Joy Spears, Donna Stottman 7. Multiage, Multiabilities: An Inclusive Primary Program; Phillip Poore, Cheryl Armstrong 8. Learning to Assess: Teachers, Students, and Parents Together; Kathy Birdwhistell, Sheri Cann, Wendy Combs, Susan Richey 9. Facing the Seven Critical Attributes; Bridget Baker, Lisa Smith 10. From Philosophy to Practice: A Continuous Struggle for Excellence; Karen Adkins 11. What About the Skills? Shouldn't I Be Teaching Them?; Beverly Wells 12. What a Difference a Year Makes; Catherine Pillow, Sherry Field, Vernell Devine, Wendy Furman 13. A Principal's Perspective for Educational Reform; Joe Jacovino 14. Partnerships for Learners; Jeannie Bass, Linda Bibee, Diana Heidelberg 15. Lessons on Creating Nongraded Primary Programs or Implementing Other Systemic Change; Ellen McIntyre, Ric Hovda, Diane Kyle 16. Professional Development Possibilities; Ric Hovda, Diane Kyle, Ellen McIntyre Annotated Bibliography Subject: WEBXEE: Elementary Education

Diane W Kyle, Ellen McIntyre, and Ric A Hovda
Reforming the Education of Young Children
 
PART ONE: REFORM AS A PERSONAL JOURNEY
Katherine Alexander
We Are Here
Anne Dill and Geraldine Hendricks
Team Teaching
A Journey of Professional Bonding and Reflective Practice  
Cathy Cool
Sea of Changes
Finding Sunken Treasures in Shark-Infested Waters  
 
PART TWO: AUTHENTIC ASSESSMENT AND CONTINUOUS PROGRAMS
Kris Gregory et al
Assessment in a Nongraded Primary Program
Discovering Children's Voices and Talents  
Tina Cron, Joy Spears, and Donna Stottmann
`Let the Wild Rumpus Start!'
The Story of One Multi-Age/Multi-Ability Classroom  
Phillip Poore and Cheryl Armstrong
Multi-Age, Multi-Abilities
An Inclusive Primary Program  
Kathy Birdwhistell et al
Learning to Assess
Teachers, Students, and Parents Together  
 
PART THREE: CHALLENGES OF MAKING TRANSITIONS
Bridget Baker and Lisa Smith
Facing the Seven Critical Attributes
Karen Adkins
From Philosophy to Practice
A Continuous Struggle for Excellence  
Beverly Wells
What About the Skills? Shouldn't I Be Teaching Them?
 
PART FOUR: REFORM AS A SHARED BEHAVIOR
Catherine Pillow et al
What a Difference a Year Makes
Joe Jacovino
A Principal's Perspective for Educational Reform
Jeannie Bass, Linda Bibee, and Diana Heidelberg
Partnerships for Learners
Ellen McIntyre, Ric A Hovda, and Diane W Kyle
Lessons on Creating Nongraded Primary Programs or Implementing Other Systemic Changes
Ric A Hovda, Diane W Kyle, and Ellen McIntyre
Professional Development Possibilities

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