Creating the Multiage Classroom
From philosophy and rationale to sample lesson plans and evaluation forms, this complete design for the mixed-age primary classroom provides practical answers to teachers', administrators', and parents' questions about planning, implementation, environment, curriculum, management, assessment, and evaluation. Reproducible forms and assessment tools ease use. Grades K-6. Index. Bibliography. Illustrated. Good Year Books. 277 pages.
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2 Creating Your Own Multiage Philosophy
3 Designing the Physical Environment
4 Planning the Multiage Curriculum
5 Strategies for Teaching Content
6 Sample Curriculum Plans
7 Assessing Through Portfolios
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