1 edition of Curriculum guide for successful teaching in a desegregated setting found in the catalog.
Curriculum guide for successful teaching in a desegregated setting
by Ohio Department of Education, Division of Equal Educational Opportunities in Columbus, Ohio
Written in English
|Contributions||Ohio. Division of Equal Educational Opportunities|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 205 p. :|
|Number of Pages||205|
Changing attitudes on the part of parents may also affect the success of voluntary desegregation methods, says David K. Lerch, who headed the . Curriculum development should have two major outcomes. Students should acquire the same knowledge from the same courses, regardless of teacher and students should finish a course ready to move on to the next course, year, or life stage. These goals and objectives aim to standardize learning objectives for all students.
Reveal the book club idea, like a fun surprise, building anticipation about the “way we’re going to experience our next book together,” use pictures or video, have students create their own collage of what a book club might look like (imagine no limitations!). Draw from their collages when introducing the book club concept. 2. Most of the books on the bookcases come from the classroom library, but others are part of a revolving collection of books that Ms. Coleman gets from the public library. She changes the collection of books every few weeks, based on the topics being studied by the children and on their current interests.
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Once students reach 2nd grade, they’re often ready to accelerate their learning. That’s because at this point, they've adjusted to the more rigorous learning environment initially encountered in 1st grade, and are able to further expand their skills and knowledge in every subject area.
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Begin with one learning center in an area of personal strength or in an area especially interesting to you and your students.
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