Tuesday, May 7, 2013
How a school day could look
I've interviewed hundreds of people over the last decade about how schools in the United States often choose to structure time. Most often, I pose the question to people in the places I visit, "Can you explain how the school day is structured, and why?"
Whose Opinion Matters?
I've found that many people working within schools are usually split into two camps of thought:
The schedule is fine just the way it is.
We definitely could do things differently . . . but never quite get around to it.
(Adam Provost at Edutopia)
Red River Valley Writing Project
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