Time Is an Essential Teacher Resource, So How Can Schools Be More Creative With It?

Posted by Katrina Schwartz on Jan 9, 2019 10:32:00 AM


If it were only up to Loveland High School Assistant Principal Marc Heiser, his school would have flexible modular scheduling, or “flex-mod scheduling.”

That basically means that each discipline could decide the ideal class length and number of meetings each week, rather than having a standardized schedule where every class period is 45 minutes, no matter the needs of the department. So, for example, math teachers might want to meet every day for 35 minutes. But art teachers might prefer two class meetings a week, each for 90 minutes.

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