I too have multi-level classes -although considerably smaller in number
(20-25). If you have any ideas on how to manage the different levels in the
same room- I would love to here them. This past year I punted, physically
seating the kids in their prospective groups. I had a portable easel and
rolled it around to the group I was working with. I felt a bit awkward
talking to one group while another group was chatting away working on another
project. Artist Videos were shown to the whole class and the whole class was
responsible for the content on the various tests. This made test design a
bit tricky- but I managed.
Anyway, I would like to fine tune my teaching in a "multi-level" classroom
this year and would love to pick your experienced brain!
Kathy in Kalamazoo