Making Creative Schedules Work! In Middle and High Schools

Making Creative Schedules Work! In Middle and High Schools

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Use creative scheduling strategies to improve student-teacher relationships and promote more positive learning experiences!

Today's schools are responding to the pressing need for positive student-teacher relationships that promote successful learning and prevent dropouts and violence. To meet this challenge, many secondary schools are reorganizing around smaller schools or “houses” and structuring longer blocks of learning time.

Authors Elliot Y. Merenbloom and Barbara A. Kalina provide a step-by-step process for leaders and school teams focused on restructuring to promote more meaningful interaction between teachers and students. Through troubleshooting know-how, short real-life case stories, and detailed decision-making and planning charts, this roll-up-your-sleeves working handbook: Offers a thorough presentation of restructuring options with advantages and disadvantages of multiple models; Walks leaders and teams through the decision-making and solution-building processes; Presents ...

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