Mont. school adopts active, workshop-style lessons

11/6/2013 | Bozeman Daily Chronicle (Mont.)

A top-performing elementary school in Montana is working to further improve student achievement, in part, by adopting a workshop-style instructional method across the curriculum. For math, reading, science and more, teachers conduct a 15-minute lesson before allowing students to work with their peers, then working independently and finally regrouping as a class to share what they learned. Teachers also take time to collaborate with each other and parents.

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Bozeman Daily Chronicle (Mont.)

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