"Vertical Teaching in Schools" - Will It Work for Elementary Schools?
One of the recent teaching methods for elementary schools involves tutoring classes that consist of mixed age children. Broadly, academicians term this concept as “Vertical Teaching”, because they believe it to be an effective way of tutoring a larger range of topics for children to study. However, many skeptics reject this theory to be impractical and ineffective. In other words, a raging debate among parents, teachers and academicians imply that vertical teaching is still considered as a controversial method.
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