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independent learners tables.

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henry84 Mon 26-Sep-11 17:05:43

dd's year 1 classroom is arranged in a horseshoe with 6 tables at the back facing the wall. DD is on one of these tables. DD calls them independent learner tables.
Any idea on how to interpret this? Is it good or bad?

henry84 Mon 26-Sep-11 17:06:06

Will post in primary too.

fivecandles Mon 26-Sep-11 17:33:47

I would have thought that would be tables with children who are able to get on with work without support.

iggly2 Mon 26-Sep-11 18:07:22

I would agree with fivecandles. Ds is very capable at a few things so does different work to the others. He sometimes gets his own table to work at for certain things, especially if he needs more space.

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