Open classrooms — open minds – Porterville Recorder: News

Picture a traditional classroom, with desks in rows and one teacher instructing students at the front of the room by a chalkboard. This classroom is flanked on either side by identical classrooms of students in the same grade level to make three classrooms in one wing, separated by two walls.Now knock big holes in those walls, allowing as many as 60 students to flow from room to room, interacting and collaborating in several smaller, task-specific groups supervised by two teachers and instructional aides. This is the essence of the open classroom design

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