Instructional Strategies for Multiage Classrooms

Shaw, Melanie
September 2008
New Teacher Advocate;Fall2008, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p12
The article provides instructional strategies for multiage classrooms. Teachers working in multiage classrooms should have skills that encourage proficiency across the curriculum. They should be prepared to use content, processes and objectives in response to individual student learning preferences. They are encouraged to involve their students through personalized strategies and a mix of instructional tasks.


Related Articles

  • Digital Learning. CHURCHES, ANDREW // Teacher Librarian;Dec2011, Vol. 39 Issue 2, p34 

    The author discusses the four important elements of an effective digital learning. He cites the underlying assumptions and core values that will enable digital learning effective in the field of education such as relevant curriculum, higher order thinking skills, and student voice. The author...

  • A CHALLENGE TO THE SUPERVISOR. Phipps, Doris G. // Educational Leadership;May1966, Vol. 23 Issue 8, p630 

    The article focuses on the challenges that supervisors face. Many teachers believe that instructional materials are only the vehicles for teaching and learning. Nevertheless these same teachers place important emphasis on the first grader who was "first" to read in a "hard covered" book or on...

  • What the World Can Teach Us About New Teacher Induction. Wong, Harry K.; Britton, Ted; Gasnor, Tom // Phi Delta Kappan;Jan2005, Vol. 86 Issue 5, p379 

    Examines the educational systems in a group of foreign countries and explores the lessons that can be extrapolated by the educational system of the United States. Importance of continued learning for a teacher; Details of how different countries train teachers; Treatment of teachers in...

  • IS POWERPOINT EVIL? STUDENTS' PERCEPTIONS. Ahmadi, Mohammad; Dileepan, Parthasarati; Raiszadeh, Farhad // Review of Business Research;2007, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p15 

    This study addresses the usefulness (or lack thereof) of the application of some aspects of modern technology (specifically PowerPoint) in the classroom as perceived by students subjected to the use of such technology as teaching and learning tools. A survey instrument was designed to evaluate...

  • From 1 :1 to 1 to Won. Hall, Don // Learning & Leading with Technology;Feb2006, Vol. 33 Issue 5, p9 

    This article presents information on the 1:1 movement related to educational technology in the U.S. is not working. It also discusses reasons why this movement is not working in the country. According to the author, the reason why this movement is not working is not related to technology but to...

  • Learning and Dynamic Transfer Using the ‘Constructing Physics Understanding’ (CPU) Curriculum: A Case Study. Mamolo, Charles B.; Rebello, N. Sanjay // AIP Conference Proceedings;2007, Vol. 883 Issue 1, p77 

    This research investigated the ways in which students interact with Constructing Physics Understanding (CPU) curriculum in an instructional unit focusing on waves and sound. The research was conducted at University of San Carlos, Philippines with six students. We draw on the constructivist...

  • Technology in Education: Its Is Human Potential. Stakenas, Robert G.; Kaufman, Roger // Education Digest;Mar1982, Vol. 47 Issue 7, p15 

    This article discusses the human potential in educational technology. Educational technology means different things to different people. Unfortunately, many tend to associate educational technology with audiovisual devices and instructional media-tangible tools. Yet, at its best, it addresses...

  • TEACHING READING IN THE 21ST CENTURY: A GLIMPSE AT HOW SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHERS PROMOTE READING COMPREHENSION. Klingner, Janette K.; Urbach, Jennifer; Golos, Deborah; Brownell, Mary; Menon, Shailaja // Learning Disability Quarterly;Spring2010, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p59 

    In this study, we conducted 124 observations of 41 special education teachers teaching reading to their third- through fifth-grade students with learning disabilities to determine the extent to which and in what ways they promoted students' reading comprehension. In 42 lessons, we did not...

  • Wide variety of texts, aids employed in theory courses. Stephens, Lowndes F. // Journalism Educator;Oct79, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p24 

    This article analyzes the findings of a report on the instructional approaches of teachers who teach theory and methodology courses in 30 schools of the United States. The topics included in the report were: course title and course number; course level, required texts and readings, and the use...


Read the Article

Courtesy of

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics