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A Classroom Strategy: Choreograph Students' Movements (Video)

Dancer-turned-teacher Jen Saul taps into her performance background when planning the daily structure of her 3rd grade classroom at Aspire East Palo Alto Charter School in East Palo Alto, Calif. By "choreographing" students' movements and transitions from one activity to the next, students know how to move around the classroom quickly and quietly. 


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