We are looking into that. It is so difficult to do in our situation. There are 6 of us teaching 3 periods of math each. Then, some of the children go to a challenge math class while others have special ed part time for math. They looked at rotating the periods, but with these children having to be locked into their programs, they would be in the wrong class at the wrong time. So frustrating! Thanks for the idea. I will look more closely at it.
On Thu Apr 25 19:38:58 2002, Wayne wrote Re. Re: Re: Time!!:
>Perhaps you could build in a double period once a week for mathematics >(similar to a science lab double period). That would still not be >enough time but for at least one day per week the students could take >full advantage of what the program has to offer. >