Teachers combine resources to create classroom co-op

03/30/2010 | Daily News Journal (Murfreesboro, Tenn.), The

Three teachers at a Tennessee elementary school have created a classroom co-op where they combine materials, work together on lesson plans and share classroom space. Students rotate through three classrooms, and in each, a different learning theory is utilized. Teachers use a behaviorist approach in the traditional room, a constructivist model in the group-study room and favor cognitive learning in the computer room.

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