Small Groups, Big Ideas

A cornerstone of our classroom model here at High Road is the use of small groups to encourage collaborative learning and a chance for individualized instruction. This year our Elementary and Middle School classrooms have mastered the use of small groups to maximize learning. Walking into any classroom is an opportunity to observe cooperative learning, student lead questioning and peer assistance/tutoring! When asked about working in small groups, Gerald explained that “working in small groups makes it easier to follow along with the teacher,” and Elijah told us “small groups are better for asking questions and getting help.” Positive feedback from students is one of the many reasons we strive to incorporate small group learning into the daily classroom routine. Whether it be for Math or English, all of our students are given the best possible opportunity to learn

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