Family Grouping in the Primary School Lorna Ridgway

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Published: 1973

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212 pages


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Family Grouping in the Primary School  by  Lorna Ridgway

Family Grouping in the Primary School by Lorna Ridgway
1973 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 212 pages | ISBN: | 10.24 Mb

In recent years schools for young children in England have undergone rapid and radical organizational changes. One of the most interesting and fruitful aspects of this trend - sometimes called the British Primary School Revolution - is examined inMoreIn recent years schools for young children in England have undergone rapid and radical organizational changes.

One of the most interesting and fruitful aspects of this trend - sometimes called the British Primary School Revolution - is examined in detail in this book.In family grouping, children of different ages and abilities work, play, and learn together in the same class. The school environment is structured within the free or integrated day concept, and attention is paid to the needs of each child in classes of as many as 40 children. The teacher learns to use the capacity of children to help each other.

She remains the focus of the classroom, but its life goes on around her instead of radiating from her.This book represents both the philosophy and day-to-day practice of family grouping. The authors also discus both the advantages and disadvantages of the method as seen by teachers and parents.



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