Experiential academy helps teachers hone classroom techniques

07/8/2010 | Selma Times-Journal (Ala.), The

A group of teachers and other educational staff from schools in Selma, Ala., is taking part in a two-week experiential academy to help build learning communities, standardize reading instruction across district schools and enhance their teaching skills. Students from local elementary schools attend morning classes taught by at least three teachers and observers, then teachers spend the afternoon working in small groups to determine which techniques kept students most engaged in the lessons.

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