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Topic: Restructuring Time for Math Class
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Keith Edleman

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Restructuring Time for Math Class
Posted: Apr 26, 1995 7:34 PM
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This posting is directed toward high school teachers. Many schools have or are in
the precess of changing the teaching day from 7-8 periods to 4 blocks of time. My
question is for anyone with experience in both systems of scheduling. Can the
students process as much material in a semester in block as could be processed in the
typical yearly schedule? Any other revalent comments, ideas, and suggestions
would be greatly appreciated. I am in favor of the change ASAP to allow me more time to
develope projects with the students but not all of the members of the department are
as excited about changing. Thank you for anything that you can volunteer.






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