- Inspired by the reform movement that focuses on the learner-centred school, educators are searching for ways to enable student learning.
- By dividing the day into 'blocks' of time, schools can encourage active, student-initiated learning.
- This book addresses 4 questions: What is block scheduling?; What do we do?; Now what are the implications; and What else is there to consider?
- The selected articles look at the issues surrounding this scheduling strategy, including staffing, programming and implementation models.
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