multiage

multiage

(ˈmʌltɪˌeɪdʒ)
adj
involving different age groups
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In August, Woodbrook Elementary School in Albemarle County Public Schools in Virginia completed a renovation and expansion that features much larger classrooms to facilitate multiage learning.
Children up to age 6 are invited to paint and play in a multiage and supervised kindergarten class.
Thus, seasoned and prepared to oversee the audacious call of the Third Place Ekklesia's unique ungraded, multiage, individual guided education, research-based and acclaimed System of Education designed by Herbert J.
"Our study is the first to evaluate GI safety in novel oral anticoagulants compared to warfarin in a real-world, multiage setting," Dr.
While there's no flying in camp Quidditch, the campers started off their experience at Diagon Alley, where they gathered up all their necessary camp supplies, including a wand, and then headed off to a sorting ceremony, where the 156 campers were sorted into different, multiage houses: Phoenix Fire, Wind Horse, Wave Rider and Stone Dragon.
Pour repondre a un double besoin d'avancement de connaissances et de developpement professionnel, un projet regional a ete mis en oeuvre dans le but de documenter la question de l'intervention educative en classe multiage et d'un accompagnement qui repondent aux besoins des enseignants.
For the better part of the last two decades, when I was asked what I did for a living, the answer was simple, "I'm a teacher." Some years were spent teaching 5th grade, others it was 4th, and for a time I was even in a 1st-, 2nd-, and 3rd-grade multiage classroom.
Rural communities and sparsely populated regions have coped with low enrollments by using multi-grade classrooms, which Veenman (1995) distinguishes from multiage classrooms.
Will the stunt work to pull in more multiage buyer?
Dyrness recounts how the teachers, favoring multiage classrooms, brushed aside parents' concerns about mixed-age groups; they talked often about social justice yet "prioritized professional expertise over relationship building." Seen as troublemakers, but determined to improve the school, the mothers sought the opinions of students, parents, and teachers through interviews and shared their findings with school staff, finally winning their trust and also space in the school for a parent center.
It was proposed that good multiage teaching enables the process of parent and community acceptance to begin.
Alford); (13) Principals and Teachers Stated Beliefs as Compared with Their Perceptions of Multiage Implementation (Dean Halverson and Ruth Ann Tobey Brown); and (14) Distinguishing Practices for Administrators: A Case Study of a University's Lab Settings' Journey to Academic Excellence (Gloria Gresham).
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