Teaching Strategies: Strategies for Teaching Children in Multiage Classrooms. Stone, S. J. Childhood Education, 71(2):102–105, 1994.
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Multiage classrooms are an increasingly popular way to restructure schools. To be successful, multiage classrooms must shift their focus from teaching curriculum to teaching children. Strategies recommended for making multiage teaching successful include a process approach to learning, facilitation by the teacher, an integrated curriculum, appropriate learning environments, cross-age learning, flexible groupings, and portfolio assessment. (TM)
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	title = {Teaching {Strategies}: {Strategies} for {Teaching} {Children} in {Multiage} {Classrooms}},
	volume = {71},
	issn = {0009-4056},
	url = {https://sci-hub.st/10.1080/00094056.1995.10522590},
	doi = {https://doi.org/10.1080/00094056.1995.10522590},
	abstract = {Multiage classrooms are an increasingly popular way to restructure schools. To be successful, multiage classrooms must shift their focus from teaching curriculum to teaching children. Strategies recommended for making multiage teaching successful include a process approach to learning, facilitation by the teacher, an integrated curriculum, appropriate learning environments, cross-age learning, flexible groupings, and portfolio assessment. (TM)},
	language = {eng},
	number = {2},
	journal = {Childhood Education},
	author = {Stone, Sandra J.},
	year = {1994},
	pages = {102--105}
}
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