Multiage grouping - the placement of children in the same classroom who are at least one year apart in age - is designed to allow children of various ability and age levels to work in an environment designed to optimize their learning potential. The authors explore the workings of a multiage classroom and offer guidelines for planning this type of instruction.
Jerry J Herman and Janice L Herman
The One-Room School Revisited
Planning for Multiage Instruction
Inside a Multiage Classroom
Guiding and Managing
The Multiage Classroom