Come on Down!

Here’s an idea that allows students to make independent choices and contributes to their personal growth as a life long learner.

Scenario:

  • Do you always select the students and decide which group they need to be in?
  • Are you often disturbed when you are working with a selected group? Students who are meant to be off working on their own need to see you because they have questions to ask?

Have you ever considered trying a new approach?  ‘Come on Down’ is a way of creating flexible grouping that allows students to make the choice based on personal needs. I found this strategy works effectively in all curriculum areas.

Here's an idea that allows students to make independent choices and contributes to their personal growth as a life long learner.

Scenario:

  • Do you always select the students and decide which group they need to be in?
  • Are you often disturbed when you are working with a selected group? Students who are meant to be off working on their own need to see you because they have questions to ask?

Have you ever considered trying a new approach?  'Come on Down' is a way of creating flexible grouping that allows students . . .

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