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Small scale investigations in schools and classrooms

Small scale investigations in schools and classrooms

report of a one-day seminar held at the Camden Westminster Teachers" Centre on 30th November 1984

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Published by [Society for Research into Higher Education] in [London] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statement[prepared] by Judith Hargreaves.
ContributionsHargreaves, Judith., Society for Research into Higher Education. Teacher Education Study Group.
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Open LibraryOL14284747M

Last fall, Richard W. Riley told the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on the Budget: "And both new and renovated schools should be designed for the kind of education we know works best: smaller schools that create a sense of community and small classrooms in which teachers can provide lots of individual attention.".   A small or larger scale treasure hunt is a fun event for families along with being a great fundraising idea. You can hide items to be found at your school or venue or create clues from items in your locality ie. poems or inscriptions on plaques, shop or street names etc.

  “The school art teacher could lead a project like this, especially if working collaboratively with classroom teachers and if everyone is willing to put in the time to meet, plan, and do the preparatory work necessary. I would recommend a school start on a small scale, a single grade level, to work out the process first.”. A smaller class will ultimately make a more cohesive unit than a larger one. A class of 30+ students allows for the formation of cliques even within the class, as well as ensures not all students need to engage each other – students can often stick to who they are comfortable with. However, in a smaller classroom setting, students will have.

The great thing about compost is that it can be accomplished on a small or large scale. For home gardens and classrooms small scale composting is easy to start and will keep kids engaged throughout the entire year. Worm composting is one excellent way to introduce children to the composting process. As an educator we have a very important role in our classrooms/kitchens, it is up to us to set the tone that will be the catalyst to a healthy inclusive environment. Verna Eaton offers the following strategies in promoting an Inclusive school environment: Eaton, Verna. Inclusive Schools. Saskatchewan, Saskatchewan Valley School Division, File Size: KB.


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