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Re: number of classes


From: Woody Duncan (wduncan_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sat Aug 17 2002 - 14:03:24 PDT

Another acronym ? What does ROAR stand for ?
                                                Woody in KC
I'm now on our PBS committee, I think it refers to
Positive Behavior System. They only wanted me to
draw pictures for them. wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> Can I jump in here to ask if anyone else is using ROAR method of teaching to
> raise students proficiency scores? Since my school let some teachers go last
> year, I have 2 less classes now (only 3- 5th and 3- 1st grades down from 4
> each) and am to teach (as the latest schedule reads) ROAR to students in 45
> min classes 12 times a week. That's 12 times at 45 minutes each period! And I
> have no background in language arts. I'm willing to be a team player but
> doesn't that seem strange to anyone?
> Donna

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