1.It is a cost-effective approach to providing schooling to children often excluded from your education system.
2.It encourages children from different backgrounds to learn with the help of their peers and therefore promotes cohesiveness, cooperation, and healthy competition among students, strengthens interpersonal and leadership skills and develops a positive attitude towards sharing.
3.It benefits you as a multigrade teacher by helping you to planyour work better and be more efficient in your use of time.
4.Through the variety of teaching practices used in multigrade classrooms, it contributes to your students’ cognitive development
Mar 15th, 2015
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