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close this bookMulti-Grade Teaching - A review of research and practice - Education research paper No. 12 (DFID, 1994, 63 p.)
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View the documentOccasional papers on education
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close this folderChapter 1 - Multi-grade teaching: Concept and status
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View the documentThe persistence of the multi-grade reality towards the close of the twentieth century
View the documentThe gap between the multi-grade reality, teacher education and curriculum assumptions
close this folderChapter 2 - Lessons from developing countries
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View the documentZambia: Teacher education and support for multi-grade schools
View the documentPeru: Indigenous schools
View the documentSri Lanka: Approaching multi-grade via multi-level teaching
View the documentThe impact system of mass primary education
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close this folderChapter 3 - Research evidence on the effects of multi-grade teaching
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View the documentCognitive outcomes
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View the documentThe costs of multi-grade
close this folderChapter 4 - Implications for the practice of multi-grade teaching and further research
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View the documentNational level
View the documentRegional/district level
View the documentTeacher/classroom level
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