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[ Thread ][ Subject ][ Author ][ Date ]Marion
Tue, 20 Jan 1998 12:29:12 -0500
Thank you for your ideas. I am not sure how well I could set up work stations
because I come in to the preschool and only have about 5 minutes to set up and
limited space to work in. It sounds great and more along the line of
instruction that I would like to promote. I want to have the children learn
and I feel very stifled with the format that I have to conduct these classes.
I enter the classroom with a box o' art supplies and have little time to set
up...most of if not all of my set up time is done with only me in the
room...and it becomes quite difficult to keep up with the set up when I have
eleven three to five year olds to monitor. ( and make sure they don't get
their hands in what I just set up until I am ready)
Thank you for your ideas and I'd appreciate if you think of anything else to
help me along.
Scotch Plains, NJ
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