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ERIC Number: ED067888
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
Pages: 126
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Organizing the Open Classroom: A Teacher's Guide to the Integrated Day.
Taylor, Joy
Written for the new teacher and for the experienced teacher wishing to engage in a new form of organizing, integrating, and opening up the classroom, this book details the structure behind the scenes of the "open classroom." The first two chapters consider the need for organization and the organization of the classroom. A third chapter discusses the use of apparatus, while other chapters describe: the organization of the traditional daily program (in England); integration--a form of organization in which the child exercises a greater degree of choice and the teacher integrates his daily program so that learning and progress take place; the transition from a traditional program to an integrated day; supplementary organization; and the organization of school classes and team teaching. A bibliography is also included. (Author/RH)
Schocken Books, 200 Madison Ave, New York, N.Y. 10016 ($4.95)
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