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Topic: Classroom Management and Getting Started
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Cindy Stogsdill

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Registered: 12/3/04
New to Kindergarten
Posted: Jul 11, 1999 8:04 AM
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I am new to this grade level list, as I am moving from teaching 4th
and 5th grade the past seven years to teaching kindergarten this next
year. Our school has just adopted Investigations as our math
curriculum and has made a commitment to teaching at least two units
this next year. I was one of the first in my school to pilot the
program and have used it for the past two years at both the 4th and
5th grade levels. I feel pretty comfortable with Investigations at
those grade levels, although I never got through all the material
(there are 11 units at 4th grade!)

I am excited by the kindergarten units and appreciate the routines
that are built into the first unit. Any hints or suggestions for using
Investigations at this level will be appreciated.

I should add that this will be an inclusive kindergarten , with children
of a variety of disabilities being a part of the mix. Thank you in advance
for any advice.







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