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How to Make the Most of Teaching Without a Classroom (Video)

In English teacher Sarah Brown Wessling's high school building, teachers rotate through different classrooms each day. Wessling explains how she pared down her instructional resources to portable essentials and uses the nontraditional setup to create new learning opportunities.


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