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Chapter seven talks about with how to specifically deal with struggling students in classrooms. It offers good insight into how to create activities and programs which target improving the skills of these students without drawing attention to their difficulties in class. 302 more words
I like a classroom to have a lot of noise about it. Not the chaotic, animals in a zoo screeching, but chatter is good. I’m a firm believer in how social interaction and language can help learners deepen their thinking and as a naturally chatty person myself I get a good feel from the room when it is humming with noise. 508 more words
For many Texans, the state’s current standardized test – STAAR – represents everything that is wrong with public education. The annual assessments for grades 3 thru 12 have been blamed for everything from killing teacher innovation in the classroom, creating unnecessary stress for students while failing to produce more prepared graduates. 633 more words
Minnesota’s Prager Discussion Group
Who are our readers? How many might there be? What is our purpose?
In a few months this Prager Discussion Group will be celebrating its 300,000 hit on this, our computer readership count. 304 more words