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Topic: effective use of time in teaching/learning
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William Stork - HKIS

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effective use of time in teaching/learning
Posted: Nov 12, 1996 3:55 AM
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Does block scheduling promote more effective learning at the secondary level?

Thomas Struble's letter to the editor in the October 1996 Mathematics
Teacher seems to idicate that learning effectiveness declines with the
change to the block scheduling concept. Do you concur?

Our department is currently discussing this very issue, and any comments,
references, and insights from others would be most appreciated!

Bill Stork
Mathematics Department
Hong Kong International School
1 Red Hill Road
Tai Tam, HONG KONG
fax: (852) 2813-7300





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