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Q & A: Managing Split Classes

This month’s question comes from Robin.  Can you help answer her question and ease her anxiety?  If so, leave a comment below!

“I need tips and tricks on handling a split class – management, orchestration, etc. I will be having my first 2nd-3rd grade split next year and haven’t got a clue how I’m going to manage it with two curriculums.”

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The article above was featured in the July 2010 Classroom Connection Newsletter. Read more teacher tips from that edition:
An Art-T Method for Exploring Facts and Opinions
A Hidden Agenda for Meet the Teacher Night
Student Lists to the Rescue
A Tale of Two Teachers
Menu Memories Make for Charming Family Keepsakes
Help Kids “Take Off” for Learning
Put Content Review On Automatic Pilot
Rubric Encourages Positive Effort
Rest Room Rock Helps Everyone Rest Easy
“Book” a Puppet Birthday Party
Literature-based Writing Activity Helps Students Get Acquainted
Letter-writing Activity Helps Frame The School Year
July’s Q & A
June’s Q & A

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