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Scolaire et multiâge

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Scolaire-Internet

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SCOLAIRE-QUÉBEC INTERNET (34 références)

Couture, Christine; Allaire, Stéphane; Thériault Pascale; Monney, Nicole et Doucet, Manon (2013). Enseigner en classe multiâge : besoins de développement professionnel d’enseignants du primaire Revue canadienne de l'éducation; n°36, vol 3, 2013).

Audet, Marc (2008). Le petit dossier multi-âge Bibliothèque québécoise de Pédagogie Freinet.

Commission scolaire de la capitale (2008). Multiâge : Information aux parents. Info-Neiges ; 2 (18), annexe.

Couture, Christine; Allaire, Stéphane; Thériault Pascale, Cody, Nadia et Monney, Nicole (2008). L’intervention éducative en classe multiâge: Des pratiques à découvrir. Groupe de recherche et d'intervention régionales.

Dion-Viens, Daphné (2008). Les classes multiâges: une hausse qui inquiète. Le Soleil.

Dion-Viens, Daphné (2008). Les classes multiâge à Québec. Bénéfique ou néfaste pour les élèves? Le Soleil.

Feyfant, Annie (2007). Retour sur l’usage des classes multiples INRP: Écrans de veille en éducation.

Feyfant, Annie (2007). De la classe unique à la classe multiprogramme ou multiâge. INRP: Écrans de veille en éducation.

Guay, Marie-Hélène (2007). Conditions de réussite d’une classe multiâge.

Pellerin, Glorya, Martin, Daniel et Nober, Lorraine (2007). «Sans soutien, j’aurais coulé avec le bateau»: récit d’expériences vécues par des stagiaires dans des classes multiâges.
Vie pédagogique n° 142, Février • Mars 2007, p 53-56.

Martin, Daniel (2006). Classrooms are busy kitchens ou comment gérer une classe multiâge. Formation et profession; 13 (1), 13-16.

Commission scolaire de l’énergie (2005). Classes multiprogrammes

Lopez, Jean-Marc (2005). Le paradoxe de l'éducation des enfants en groupes de même âge. Paru dans Éducation Canada, volume 45, n° 4, automne 2005, p28-30.

Lajeunesse, Claudine, Fournier, Mylaine et Archambault, Jean (2004). La classe multiâge par choix. Paru dans Vie pédagogique, 132, septembre 2004.

Lopez, Jean-Marc (2004). Le mode de regroupement des enfants par groupe d'âge pour l'apprentissage: un moulin à échec. Paru dans Dire, revue de l'Université de Montréal, p 47-50, printemps 2004.

Sasseville, Michel (2004). La philosophie et les enfants. Université Laval.

Archambault, Jean et Richer, Chantale (2003). Les difficultés des garçons : un autre symptôme des difficultés de l'école. Paru dans Vie pédagogique, pp 13-17 (2003).

École alternative ELAN (2003). Le développement intégral de l'enfant, au cœur de notre projet. Projet éducatif de l'école ÉLAN, Préambule.

Fédération des Commissions ascolaires du Québec (2003). Comment faire survivre une école qui ne compte plus assez d’élèves pour fonctionner? Savoir, vol 9, n° 1, sept 2003, p 23.

Fradette, Angèle et Lataille-Démoré, Diane (2003). Les classes à niveaux multiples: point mort ou tremplin pour l’innovation pédagogique. Revue des sciences de l'éducation; Volume 29, numéro 3.

Ammann, René (2002). Jamais sans mon école. Vie pédagogique;122, 41-42.

Solidarité rurale du Québec (2002). Pour contribuer au climat chaleureux de l'école : les groupes multiâges Paru dans Vie pédagogique n 122 pp 41-42, 2002.

Archambault, Jean (2001). Le Tricycle. Bulletin d'information des équipes de cycles de l'école Bienville, 3, (5), 10 avril 2001.

Commission scolaire de l’Or-et-des-Bois (2000). Projet multi-âge

École Nouvelle Querbes (2000). Le projet éducatif. Une pédagogie centrée sur l'enfant et ses projets dans un environnement multiâge.

École alternative Soleil-de-l'Aube, Repentigny (2000). Outil de travail: le multiâge.

PGLO, Outremont. École secondaire avec volet alternatif

Lessard, Claude, Archambault, Jean, Lalancette, Lucie et Mainville, Suzanne (2000). Les cycles d'apprentissage: quelques expériences étrangères. Paru dans Vie pédagogique, 114, p22-36 (2000).

Maheux, Jeanne (2000). Le maintien de la qualité des services éducatifs dans le contexte de la décroissance : du déjà vu!

École Rose des Vents (1996). Référentiel pédagogique. Bulletin d'information des équipes de cycles de l'école Bienville, 3, (5), 10 avril 2001.

Audet, Marc (1990). Le multi-âge et la pédagogie Freinet. Chantiers No.52.

Audet, Marc (1986). Vivre le multi-âge. Beauport Chantiers n° 28.

Ducharme, Marie (1986). Je choisis le multi-âge: Un résultat. Beauport Chantiers n° 27.

Audet, Marc (?). Multi-âge/multi-programme. École Yves-Prévost.

Audet, Marc (?). Le multi-âge à "l’école ordinaire"...! École Yves-Prévost.
 

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SCOLAIRE-AILLEURS AU CANADA (35 références)

Leier, Marion (2005). La classe multiâge. Traduction du texte original anglais The Multi-Age Classroom, par Cécile Bonin et Jean-Marc Lopez.

Fédération des parents francophones de Colombie-Britannique (2004). La classe multiâge. Module #3, cahier d'information. les classes à niveaux multiples.

Éducation, Citoyenneté et Jeunesse Manitoba (2004). Indépendants ensemble: au service de la communauté apprenante à niveaux multiples.

Fédération des parents francophones de Colombie-Britannique (2004). Les classes à niveaux multiples. Module #3, cahier d’information, révisé au 15 octobre 2004.

École La Découverte, St-Sauveur, Nouveau-Brunswick (2004). Classe multiâge.

Éducation, Citoyenneté et Jeunesse Manitoba (Manitoba, 2004). Indépendants ensemble: au service de la communauté apprenante à niveaux multiples

Conseil d'éducation du District scolaire, Grand-Sault, Nouveau-Brunswick (2003). Rapport de rendement du District scolaire 3. Année scolaire 2002-2003.

École Saint-Paul, comté de Kent, Nouveau-Brunswick (2003). Les classes multiâge, commentaires des élèves et des enseignants. Vidéo.

Dolick, Helen (2002). Les classes à années multiples : un phénomène généralisé . Pour parler profession. Revue de l'Ordre des enseignantes et des enseignants de l’Ontario.

Leier, Marion (2008). Multiage Myths. Misunderstandings about Multiage Education.

McIsaac, Trish (2008). Forward Thinking by Designing Backwards Elementary School Principal, Alberta, Canada.

Harvey, Ken (2007). Why Not Multiage? Middle School level teacher, PEI, Canada
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Leier, Marion (2007). Managing a Multiage Class.
 This presentation gives some management tips for setting up a multiage class.

Leier, Marion (2007). Multiage Learning Environments Have Many Benefits.

Leier, Marion (2007). Planning for Multiage.

Stewart Resources Centre (2007). The Multi-age, Multi-grade Classroom: A Bibliography of Resources. Saskatchewan Teachers' Federation.

Kwan, Ivy (2006). A Multiage Approach for Literacy Enhancement of Chinese ESL Students MES 2006 University of Alberta.

Leier, Marion (2006) Multiage Pedagogy. Education for the Information Age.

Leier, Marion (2006). Teaching Strategies for Multiage Classes
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Battle River School Division (2005). Exploring Developmentally Appropriate Practice: Multiage Groupings. PowerPoint. Camrose, Alberta.

Leier, Marion (2005). Developing Hindsight.

Leier, Marion (2005). The Multi-Age Classroom. Aviso; p18-19, Winter 2005.

Snyder, Trish (Canada, 2005). Mixed Blessings: Split-grade Classes. Wondering what a split-grade means for your child? We’ve got the answers. Today's Parent.

Leier, Marion (2002). Democratic Class Meeting.

Macleod, J. & al. (2002). Teaching and Learning Research Exchange. Multi-Age Teaching. McDowell Foundation, Saskatoon.

Mulcahy, Dennis (2001). Multiage at Gander Academy.

Mulcahy, Dennis (2000). Multi age and Multi-grade: Similarities and Differences. The Morning Watch.
27 (3-4).

Naylor, Charlie (2000). Split grade and Multi-Age Classes: A Review of the Research and a Consideration of the B.C. Context

Leier, Manon (1999). Meredith's 'Old Doll' A Mother's Plea for Multiage Structures. Teacher Nova Scotia, Canada .

Smith Curtis, Diane M. (1999). On Becoming A Competent Multi-Age Practioner. A thesis submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Education Faculty of Education, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's, Newfoundland.

Dyer, Sharon, Kilfoil, Brenda, Brown, Bob, & Turnbull, Mary (1998). Building a Community of Learners at Bristol Elementary. Spring '98 Newsletter. Early Childhood Centre, Faculty of Education, University of New Brunswick.

Maurice, Lucille (1996). Les classes multi-âges et l’interdisciplinarité. Gouvernement de Terre-Neuve et du Labrador, Ministère de l'Éducation Division de l’élaboration des programmes, Juin 1996.

Lee, Linda E. (1983). Achievement in Multi-Grade and Multi-Age Classrooms: a Background Paper. Research report, Manitoba.

Hoen, Robert R. (1972). An Evaluation of Multi-Age Classes at Carnarvon School. Vancouver Board of School Trustees, Department of Planning and Evaluation. Research Report. ERIC (ED076649).

ASSOCIATIONS

Manitoba Assocatiation of Multi-age Educators. MAME.

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Scolaire-autres pays Internet (184 références)

ALLEMAGNE (8 références)

Lagin, Ralph (2007). Altersgemischtes Lernen in der Schule. Grundlagen der Schulpädagogik Band 28.

Rudolf Hitzler & Sandra Höfe (2007). Die Altermischung an der Montessori-Schule Regensburg “unter die Lupe genommen“ Wissenschaftliche Begleitung der Altersmischung in der Grundschule. Infoblatt; p37-38.

Schulleiter, Walter Heilmann (2004). Die Petersen-Schule, Am Rosenmaar in Köln-Höhenhaus.

Bengtsson, Jarl (2003). Emotions in a Educational Perspective In Brain Research and Learning Sciences « Emotions and learning », planning symposium; 7-8. Centre for Educational Research and Innovation, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. Ulm Psychiatric Hospital, Ulm University.

KGS Marienschule Bonn (2003). Altersmischung - gelebte Demokratie in unserer Schule.

Spitzer, Manfred (2003). Emotions and learning. In Brain Research and Learning Sciences « Emotions and learning » planning symposium; 4-5 et 14-15, 8(1). Centre for Educational Research and Innovation, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. Ulm Psychiatric Hospital, Ulm University. 

Marienschule, Bonn (1999). Altersmischung - gelebte Demokratie in unserer Schule.

Struckmeyer, Rolf (1994). Altersgemischte Anfangsklassen - auf dem Weg zur Neugestaltung des Schulanfangs. Grundschule Bremen Osterholz.
 

AUSTRALIE (17 références)

Montessori Australia Coucil (2009). A Case for Multi-age Grouping

Nisbet, Steven (2008). Chance games and activities for the multiage classroom. Griffith University. Journal of Multiage Education; vol 3, n° 2.

Wangi Wangi Public School (2008). Multi-Age Classes or Composite Classes? NMSA Research Summary.

Queensland Government (2006). Early Years Curriculum Materials, Multiage Learning and Teaching.

Boylan, Colin and Dennis Mulcahy, Dennis (2006). Creating multi-age classes: Exploring the challenges, benefits and strategies Society for the Provision of Education in Rural Australia. National Rural Education Conference July 2006 Hobart, Tasmania, p 184-187

Main, Katherine & Bryer, Fiona (2006). Experiences of Two Beginning Teachers in Multiage-Middle Phase Classrooms. Griffith University.

Lester, Nita (2005). Assessment in multiage primary classrooms. Issues In Educational Research,
Vol 15.

Smith, Bridie (2003). Getting The Right Mix.

Lester, Nita (2002). Primary Leadership in Small Rural School Communities.

Standen, Richard Phillip (2002). The Interplay Between Teachers' Beliefs and Practices in a Multi-Age Primary School. A thesis submitted for the degree doctor of Philosophy. Griffith University, Brisbane.

Perkins, Robyn (2002). Multi-age primary. STELLA - Standards for Teachers of English Language and Literacy in Australia.

Kohn, Alfie (2000). The Schools Our Children Deserve : Moving Beyond Traditional Classrooms
and « Tougher Standars ».

NSW Department of Education and training (1998). Teaching reading in a multi-age classroom.

Ladd, Kylie (1997). Classroom collectives. Sydney's Child.

NSW Department of Education and training (1997). Multi Age Classes in New South Wales.

Ball, Terry Ball & Jones, Bruce (995). Multi-age Groups. Why Do We Need Them? Prime Focus ; 30-31.

Stir, John & other (1995). Science in a Multi-Age Environment. Paper presented at the CONASTA 44 Conference of the Australian Science Teachers' Association (Queensland, Australia, September 24-29, 1995). ERIC (ED390663).
 

BELGIQUE (1 référence)

Stéphane Lambert (2004). Une classe primaire multiâges.
 

COLOMBIE(1 référence)

ONU para la Educación, la Ciencia y la Cultura, Colombia. (?) Aula multigradual y multiedad para niños, niñas y jóvenes adultos con discapacidades. Inovemo 5
 

ESPAGNE (2 références)

Jiménez, Antonio Bustos (2006). Los grupos multigrado de educacion primaria en Andalucia.
Tesis doctoral, Universitad de Granada.

Maestro Juan (2005). Sitio personal.
 

FRANCE (50 références)

SITES INTERNET

Blogue de Bernard Collot

 

TEXTES

Collot, Bernard (France, 2010). Le multi-âge, un paradigme encore insupportable ! Cet article a été publié dans Grandir en multiâge; vol. 6, n° 4, p 3-6, décembre 2010 et repris dans le livre «Multi-âge», TheBookEdition.com

Collot, Bernard (France, 2008). Les différents espaces de vie de l’enfant. L’implication des partenaires dans une communauté éducative. Extrait «Du taylorisme scolaire à un système éducatif vivant », éditions Odilon –2004 – pages 68 à 79. Compléments et mise à jour octobre 2008.

Demaugé-Bost, Bruce (2008). Avantages et inconvénients d’une classe de cycle. École Federico Garcia Lorca – Vaulx-En-Velin.

Marchand Ludovic (2008). Le modèle de la classe multi-âge vs le modèle des classes dites «homogènes».

Collot, Bernard (2007). L'éducation ou l'école au jour le jour. Vidéo. 18:00 mn. 19 juin 2007.

Collot, Bernard (2007). Lettre ouverte à Ségolène Royal.

Lécullée, C. (2007) Des classes multi-âges pour apprendre.

Centre Alain Savary (2006). Classe unique urbaine. Entretien avec une équipe d’enseignants de l’école Antoine Balard à Montpellier. Le bulletin du centre Alain Savary; p 6-7. N 23, mai 2006.

Clerc, Patrick et Degrain Florian (2006). Mise en système de la vie coopérative au service du multiâge.

Collot, Bernard (2006). Multiâge : des recherches plus que contestables.

Connac, Sylvain (2006). Classes multi-âges. Plus l'amplitude d'âge est importante, meilleurs deviennent les résultats aux évaluations.

École ouverte des Bourseaux (2006). L'Organisation en Cycles.

SNUIPÉ (2006). Les Cycles multi-âge roulent dans le Val d’Oise.

Vassort, François (2006) Méthode Naturelle et coopération. Le Nouvel éducateur; 178-179, 30-31.

Calmard, Sylvie ; Carmignac, Béatrice ; Dubel, Mary-Elise & Roussel, Isabell. (2005) Mutualisation et tutorat pour apprendre à s’exprimer dans les classes multiâges et au delà des frontières de la classe.

Élie-Auzé, Sylvia et Saysithideth, Anne-Marie (2005). Une classe multiâge à l’école maternelle. Blé 91, N° 36, mars 2005, IA Essonne.

Gautreau Frédéric (France, 2005). L'hétérogeneité dans les écoles rurales: une chance!

Berchadsky, Jean (2004). Cycles multi-age et formation des maîtres. Journée multiâge du Val d’Oise, janvier 2004.

Collot, Bernard (France, 2004). Ecole rurale. Hétérogénéité et taille des structures, origines d'espaces cognitifs et sociaux. Contribution au livre « Géographies de l’école rurale »coordonné par Yves Jean – éd. Ophrys.

Collot, Bernard (2004). La problématique du multiâge. Article écrit pour le magasine « Trace » (Belgique)

Collot, Bernard (France, 2004). Le multiâge c’est avant tout une autre approche de l’acte éducatif. Intervention au cours de la journée d’études des écoles communales de Gand (Belgique) organisée par le Centre Pédagogique de la ville

Collot, Bernard (2004). Masquer le problème.

De Peretti, André (2004). Intervention. Journée multiâge du Val d’Oise, janvier 2004.

Réseau des écoles en multiâge (2004). Compte-rendu des rencontres multiâge.

Réseau des écoles en multiâge (2004). Le tableau à double entrée. Journées multi-âge.

Réseau des écoles en multiâge (2004). La lecture Journées multi-âge.

Réseau des écoles en multiâge (2004). L’atelier réflextif en orthographe au cycle 3Journées multi-âge.

Collot Bernard (2003). Les classes uniques : base d’une remise en cause du système éducatif… ou suppression de ce qui oblige à penser différemment ? Article pour le Nouvel Educateur - parution janvier 2003.

Collot Bernard (2003). Problème d’hétérogénéité ou problème de conception du système éducatif? Article pour le Nouvel Educateur - parution janvier 2003.

Collot Bernard (2003). La pédagogie ne peut qu’être libertaire. Le Monde Libertaire. semaine du 10 au 15 Novembre 2003.

École ouverte des Bourseaux (2003). Multi-âge et mise en œuvre des cycles à l’École des Bourseaux Témoignage/Débat du Samedi 11 Octobre 2003, au Café de l'Ecole des Parents.

Marchand, Ludovic (2003). La classe unique. De l’hétérogénéité vers le groupe Le Nouvel Éducateur; n° 154 , pp11-13.

Carton, Mireille et Dumas Christine (France, 2001). La philosophie dans les livres et albums pour enfants

Connac, Sylvain (France, 2001). Cinq approches pour philosopher avec des enfants

Connac, Sylvain (France, 2001). Nos élèves sont-ils philosophes ?

Collot Bernard (2000). Les classes uniques : base d’une remise en cause du système éducatif… ou suppression de ce qui oblige à penser différemment
Article paru dans "Libération" (rebonds) du 4 août 2000.

Collot Bernard et Lioger, Rolland (1998). De la réalité à la théorie et de la théorie à la réalité. Article pour le Nouvel Educateur - parution janvier 2003.

Berchadsky, Jean (1998). Qu'est-ce que la pédagogie ? In Les écoles expérimentales ont 20 ans. Un pari hier, un enjeu aujourd'hui. Leurs contributions à la promotion collective. Les Actes de Lecture, la revue de l'AFL, 62, 70.

Chenouf, Yvanne (1998). Pédagogie de projet, In Les écoles expérimentales ont 20 ans. Un pari hier, un enjeu aujourd'hui. Leurs contributions à la promotion collective, Hétérogénéité et parité. Les Actes de Lecture, la revue de l'AFL, 62, 70.

Collot Bernard (1998). Eléments pour une réflexion nouvelle sur l’école primaire en milieu rural. Analyse du rapport “MINGAT” (1993).

Hardy, Marianne et Royon, Christiane (1998). Une pédagogie coopérative et interactive pour la réussite de tous les élèves. L'expérience menée à l'école ouverte des Bourseaux.
Étude de cas. Observatoire européen des innovations en éducation et en formation.

Collot, Bernard (1996). Tu débutes en classe unique ou en classe hétérogène. Article paru dans ERENCN.

Mingat, Alain (1996). L’école primaire en milieu rural. CNRS-Info numéro 328.

Réseau des écoles en multiâge (1995). Multiâge et projets intégrateurs.

Leroy-Audouin, Christiane et Mingat, Alain (1994). Les groupements d'élèves dans l'école primaire rurale en France : efficacité pédagogique et intégration des élèves au collège.

Collot Bernard (1993). Ecole rurale et classes uniques : problématique Intervention au cours de la journée nationale portugaise "Développement rural et communautés éducatives" (les écoles isolées) organisée par l'Instituto das Comunidades Educativas à Arcos (Portugal) les 6, 7 et 8 juillet 1993

Collot, Bernard (1993). La pedagogía de la Mosca. Una pedagogía a través del periplo de una mosca. Traducción de Iris PÉREZ (Costa Rica).

Connac, Sylvain. Le concept de travail en cycle. Multiâges et cycles

Collot, Bernard. Des classes uniques en zone d’éducation prioritaire. Multiâges et cycles.

Pays-Bas (1 référence)

Veenman, Simon & Raemaekers, Jan (1995). Long-Term Effects of a Staff-Development Program on Effective Instruction and Classroom Management for Teachers in Multi-Grade Classes. ERIC ((ED388652).
 

Portugal (1 référence)

Vasconcelos, Teresa (2007). Using the Project Approach in a Teacher Education Practicum. Lisbon School of Education. Early Childhood Reesearch and Pratice ; 9 (2).
 

SUISSE (8 références)

Forster, Simone (2007). Les enfants de 4 à 8 ans dans une même classe. Éducateur; 11, 33-34.

GAPE (2004). Dossier Les cycles d’apprentissage. Bulletin du gape (Groupement Cantonal Genevois des Associations de Parents d’Elèves des Ecoles Primaires et Enfantines).

Akkari, Addeljalil (2003). Classes hétérogènes: Vestiges du passé ou pratique pédagogique pour le futur? Haute Ecole Pédagogique BEJUNE, In Actes de la recherche, L’École rurale, 2 (2) , 49-58, Porrentruy, Suisse.

Perrenoud, Philippe (2002). Les cycles d’apprentissage. Une autre organisation du travail pour combattre l’échec scolaire. Introduction au livre paru aux Presses de l’Université du Québec, Ste-Foy, Québec.

Perrenoud, Philippe (1997). Structurer les cycles d’apprentissage sans réinventer les degrés annuels. Introduction au livre paru aux Presses de l’Université du Québec, Ste-Foy, Québec.

Perrenoud, Philippe (1997), Gérer la progression des apprentissages. Voyage autour des compétences 2. Université de Genève.

Rénovation de l'école primaire genevoise (1996), Gri et chuchotement : Vous avez dit multi quoi? Le Pli; n 2, p 3. - Bulletin de liaison des écoles en innovation.

Pädagogische Kommission LCH (2006). Die Altersgemischtes Lernen in der Aus- und Weiterbildung. Subkommission Altersgemischtes Lernen.
 

USA (104 références)

Kinsey, Susan (2001). Multiâge et réussite scolaire Traduction du texte original anglais Multiage Grouping and Academic Achievement, par Cécile Bonin et Jean-Marc Lopez, juin 2007.

Gaustad, Joan (1997). Construire le support à l'éducation multiâge. Traduction du texte original anglais Building Support for Multiage Education, par Cécile Bonin et Jean-Marc Lopez, janvier 2006.

MacClellan, Diane (1996). Le multiâge: bouée de sauvetage pour les enfants à risque? Traduction du texte original anglais Multiage Grouping: Lifeline to Children At-Risk, par Cécile Bonin et Jean-Marc Lopez, janvier 2007.

Gaustad, Joan (1995).  Implantation de la classe multiâge Traduction du texte original anglais Implementing the Multiage Classroom, par Cécile Bonin et Jean-Marc Lopez, janvier 2008.

Gaustad, Joan (1993). Tutorat par les pairs de même âge et d’âge différents Traduction du texte original anglais Peer and Cross-Age Tutoring, par Cécile Bonin et Jean-Marc Lopez, février 2007.

Porter, Patricia (2010). The Benefits and Barriers to Learning in a Multi-Age Classroom.

Heid, Karen, Estabrook, Monica & Nostrant, Chris (2009). Dancing with Line: Inquiry, Democracy, and Aesthetic Development as an Approach to Art Education. International Journal of Education & the Arts; v10 Portrayal 3.

Song, Ruiting, Spradlin, Terry & Plucker, Jonathan (2009). The Advantages and Disadvantages of Multiage Classrooms in the Era of NCLB Accountability. Center for Evaluation & Education Policy. Education Policy Brief; 7 (1), 1-7.

Frentz, Julie (2008). Multi Age. Van Hise Elementary School.

Kohn, Alfie (2008). Progressive Education: Why It’s Hard to Beat, But Also Hard to Find. Independent School; Spring 2008.

Caudill Banks, Janet (2007). Student Success, and Self-image in a Multi-age Classroom. Cats Publications.

Dohrman, Kathryn Rindkopf, Nishida, Tracy K., Gartner, Alan, Lipsky, Dorothy Krezner & Grimm, Keven (2007). High school outcomes for students in a public Montessori program.

Larry Daniel (USA, 2007). Research summary: Multiage grouping. National Middle School Association.

Murphey, D. & Burns, K. E. (2007). Development of a Comprehensive Community Assessment of School Readiness. Early Childhood Research and Pratice; vol. 4 n 2.

National Middle School Association (2007). Multiage Grouping. NMSA Research Summary.

Nihill, David R. (2007). Potential Expansion of the Multi-Age Concept at PHS for 07-08. Principal’s Newsletter Pine Hill School.

Broome, Jeffrey L. (USA, 2006). Teaching Art in a Multi-age Elementary Environment. A Dissertation submitted to the Department of Art Education in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy Degree Awarded.

Marshak, David (2006). Why Parents Who have Experienced Multi-Year Classrooms for their Children Love Them! New Horizons for Learning.

Mahto, Ananda (2006). Multiage Classrooms : Innovation Revisited.

Stuart, Shannon K. ; Mary Connor, Mary ; Cady, Karin & Zweifel, Alicia (2006). Multiage Instruction and Inclusion: A Collaborative Approach Verona Public School District. International Journal of Whole Schooling; 3(1).

Thomas, C., Blackbourn, R., Blackbourn, J. M., Papason, B., Tyler, J. L., Britt, P., & Williams, F. K (2006). Inside the one room schoolhouse: A look at nongraded classrooms from the inside out. National Forum of Applied Education Research Journal-Electronic, 19(3E), 1-6. Retrieved February 13, 2006.

Werling, Glenn (2006). Lancaster Multi-age Program Voted Out.

Finn, Kristin V. (2005). Comparison of academic achievement between Montessori and traditional education programs. Journal of Research in Childhood Education.

Gerard, Maureen (2005). Bridging the gap: towards an understanding of young children's thinking in multiage groups. Journal of Research in Childhood Education.

Holly Krysten, Irvin Flora (2005). A Study of the Association Between Multi-Age Classrooms and Single-Age Classrooms Regarding TCAP Reading/Language Gains. In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree Doctor of Education.

Melliger, Suzanne R. (2005). Our long, winding road to multiage classrooms. School Administrator.

Middlemass, David (2005). A Study of the Association Between Multi-Age Classrooms and Single-Age Classrooms Regarding TCAP Reading/Language Gains. In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree Doctor of Education.

Palmer, Stephen D. (2005). Culture shock: an inside study of multiage programs.

Pardini, Priscilla (2005). The Slowdown of the Multiage Classroom: What Was Once a Popular Approach Has Fallen Victim to NCLB Demands for Grade-Level Testing. School Administrator;62(3), 22.

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