Recent Examples of classroom from the Web
DeVos spent two hours visiting classrooms at the private Christian school.
The work of this Latino Champion will be measured by his or her efforts both inside and outside the classroom.
For Tracy Horodyski, a teacher in the Kenowa Hills school district in Michigan, a new district schedule has her returning to the classroom on Monday, August 28—her first pre-Labor Day start in more than a decade.
According to the Los Angeles Times, the bees had constructed a hive in a classroom over the summer.
Three people spoke during Monday’s session – including leadership of the district’s teachers and bus drivers associations – to call for strong candidates who have experience in the classroom and fully understand the needs of staff and students.
Teachers selected for the program must be English or Social Studies teachers at the middle or high school level; have taught for at least five years; are at least four years from retirement; and currently teach the Holocaust in their classrooms.
Nelson’s plan also calls for a $750 million biennial package to pay for permanent raises for classroom teachers, which would begin in the 2019-20 school year.
With costumes and drawings cluttering up classrooms and study spaces, Besson’s school resembles the backstage of a large theater more than a typical university.
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First Known Use of classroom
CLASSROOM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of classroom for English Language Learners
: a room where classes are taught in a school, college, or university
CLASSROOM Defined for Kids
Definition of classroom for Students
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