1 edition of Challenging curriculum materials found in the catalog.
Challenging curriculum materials
by Massachusetts Dept. of Education, Office for Gifted and Talented, [1987?]. in Quincy, Mass
Written in English
|Statement||written by Hilary Hopkins ; developed by Office for Gifted and Talented|
|Contributions||Massachusetts. Office for Gifted and Talented|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||55 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||55|
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Challenge B Latin begins with Lesson 1 of Henle First Year Latin. Because one of the features of classical education is plenty of repetition, students will have three opportunities to move through the Henle First Year Latin book. Challenge A, Challenge B, and Challenge I students all begin at Lesson 1, but they go faster and farther each year. Teacher expertise and curriculum quality are interrelated, because expert teachers are a prerequisite for the successful implementation of challenging curriculum. Teachers who are well-prepared are better able to use teaching strategies that respond to students' needs and learning styles and that encourage higher-order learning (Peikes,
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