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Multiage Classrooms by Design

Multiage Classrooms by Design
Beyond the One-Room School

© 1995 | 88 pages | Corwin
This concise guidebook brings together all the basics you need to know about the multiage classroom. Daniel and Terry discuss the importance of developmentally appropriate practice and examine the roles and responsibilities of teachers with regard to curriculum planning, instructional delivery systems, classroom organization, classroom management, student self-directed learning, and peer tutoring. The authors explain how the role of principal is critical to the success of your multiage classrooms. You'll also learn how to arrange the physical environment of your classrooms to provide the most effective environment for learning. In a section of real-life interviews, teachers, principals, parents, and community members share their perceptions and concerns about multiage classrooms.
Jerry J Herman and Janice L Herman
Multiage Grouping for Young Learners  
The One-Room School Revisited
Planning for Multiage Instruction
The Teacher's Role  
Inside a Multiage Classroom
The Physical Arrangement  
Guiding and Managing
The Administrator's Role  
The Multiage Classroom
Questions and Comments  

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