First grade reading - small group breakout

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    One of the small breakout reading groups used by our school. I'm always amazed,when watching teachers, at how much they have to juggle. This reading class had about 15 students in it. Everyone had some busywork sorting/pasting project to do and they rotated five kids to a focus table to receive some attention from the teacher. In reality, the needy kids outside the circle competed for the teacher's time and fragmented the opportunity for learning.

    AngelaMaiers, marikoinmn, and 59 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. hipnopsi 61 months ago | reply

      Publicada en: Reflepsiones

      Thanks!

    2. australianpolicyonline 53 months ago | reply

      Thanks from Australian Policy Online. This pic is our feature image (with attribution) for APO's Education section for a week from 1 November 2010. See www.apo.org.au/education (illustrating a report called ‘The nature of pedagogic teacher-student interactions: a phenomenographic study’).

      PS. APO is a non profit website making the latest Australian social policy research available to the public. Thank you for listing your image with a Creative Commons license.

    3. aaron_language 48 months ago | reply

      Thanks as always for the terrific photos. Dynamite classroom shot! We are now working on some ESL materials for our site at www.aaroncoaches.com/ for teaching writing. We will be in touch with the exact URL if we use this shot. Just wanted to let you know. And, as always, we appreciate the CC license.

    4. utahpubliceducation 35 months ago | reply

      Thanks for posting this with a CC license. I've used it to illustrate an Education News Roundup on UtahPublicEducation.org. If you ever change the license or want us to remove the photo, please email contact@schools.utah.gov. Thanks for sharing. -Elizabeth Ziegler, Utah State Office of Education utahpubliceducation.org/2012/04/25/education-news-roundup...

    5. rorellana2012 24 months ago | reply

      Hi thanks for sharing the photo. We used the photo in the past on UtahPublicEducation.org. I used it again on our education news roundup. Thanks again. utahpubliceducation.org/2013/03/05/education-news-roundup...

    6. Akahige1979 21 months ago | reply

      Thank you for sharing this photo. I'm using it as an illustration to an article on high work pressure on elementary school teachers in the Netherlands.

    7. purplelaura25 16 months ago | reply

      I am including this photo on a webpage I am creating for a University Assignment msstapelsitinvestigation.jimdo.com/ Thank you!!!

    8. heathy36 8 months ago | reply

      Thankyou so much for sharing this photo. I have used it to help my mum's small business relocate families to Geelong, Australia. positivemove.com.au

    9. dominothegreatmagic 7 months ago | reply

      I used this photo on my blog about promoting reading to students. I gave you credit and used your name "woodleywonderworks" and then linked this page as well.

      Please help share my blog post to further help improve reading with kids at a earlier age: dominothegreat.com/rhode-island-magician-blog/teens-readi...

    10. AOB512 6 months ago | reply

      Thanks for making this available! Used in a blog post at www.learningfirst.org/we-all-have-pitch-make-common-core-...

    11. MsCGreene 5 months ago | reply

      Thanks for sharing this photo. We've used it, with credit, on DrGreene.com. Here's the URL -- www.drgreene.com/perspectives/bring-an-apple-to-the-teach...

    12. dominothegreatmagic 4 months ago | reply

      Thanks for sharing this photo and I have used your photo on my reading blog and gave you credit and linked it back to this page as well. Please check out my reading blog post here: dominothegreat.com/rhode-island-magician-blog/reading-ele...

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