The ABCs of Block Schedule Teaching

Among all the resources teachers wish they had more of, time is always on top of the list. How often do you get to a key point in a lesson – and the bell rings?

Block scheduling is meant to address those lost teachable moments that occur when students are shuffled to six classes a day. Sometimes called “modular scheduling,” this approach divides the school day into longer class periods, sending students to fewer classes each day.

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