Does Class Size Matter? By Peter DeWitt

Does Class Size Matter?

This is not meant to be political...

Nor is it meant to make absolute generalizations...

Some teachers do really well with large class sizes....but don't do well with small ones. This happens because they can draw in a large group of students and create an intimate setting much like a great speaker can draw in a large audience. Other teachers have the complete opposite talent. They do a spectacular job with a small class size because they need to make personal connections with every child in their class. 

It depends on the teacher, the group of students, the subject being taught and the expectations in the classroom. There is no one size fits all answer to class size.

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