How organization gives meaning to classroom work

03/4/2013 | TransformED

How a teacher organizes a course -- from the pacing to the order of lessons -- has an impact on students' perception of their learning experience, middle-grades educator Ariel Sacks writes in this blog post. Each experience in the classroom from small assignments to larger concepts must seem connected and part of a larger curriculum for students to feel like the teacher is "organized" and the subject is "important," she writes.

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