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Topic: physical setup
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Eric McCort

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physical setup
Posted: Jul 4, 1995 9:41 AM
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I have been following the postings re group work with interest. At our
Canadian ( Ontario ) high school, we are starting to use group work more and
more. However, each time we have to move desks into what seems like a
crowded rather artificial setting. I was thinking of setting up one of the
math rooms as a " math lab " with larger tables so that teachers could move
their classes in for group work, projects etc. We may be able to move in 5
computers, manipulatives etc. Has anyone done this, or have any thoughts
on the idea before we set up the room?

Eric McCort





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