Ohio teacher arranges seating chart based on students' skills

08/20/2009 | Ashland Times-Gazette (Ohio)

An Ohio first-grade teacher says she begins learning about her students before school starts. Julianne Kerschner uses that information to place students in her classroom by ability or behavioral issues, arranging the seating chart accordingly. She says students can use their different strengths to help their peers with classroom lessons. Kerschner said she can also identify potential problems by observing students' behavior and skills on the first day.

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