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21st century perspective on what's appropriate during recess
http://teachers.net/gazette/wordpress/johnpwood/schoolies-humor-wif/

From: dejablues on

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> 21st century perspective on what's appropriate during recess
> http://teachers.net/gazette/wordpress/johnpwood/schoolies-humor-wif/

Kids still have recess?


From: Betsy on
dejablues wrote:
> "Teachers.Net" <k12news(a)teachers.net> wrote in message
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>> 21st century perspective on what's appropriate during recess
>> http://teachers.net/gazette/wordpress/johnpwood/schoolies-humor-wif/
>
> Kids still have recess?
>
>
Mine do. It is my son's favorite part of school.

--Betsy
From: dr_jeff on
dejablues wrote:
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>> 21st century perspective on what's appropriate during recess
>> http://teachers.net/gazette/wordpress/johnpwood/schoolies-humor-wif/
>
> Kids still have recess?

They do. And if they have a generous amount of recess, they do better in
school. By generous amount, I mean like two 1/2 hour recesses. In NYC,
kids often are allowed out during lunch, so it's like 20 min lunch and
25 min recess.