Discussion in 'General Education' started by mmemarcotte, Sep 3, 2011.
Sep 3, 2011
Just for curiosity sake:
What grade do you teach, and how many students are in your class?
5th grade, 24 students in each of my two classes. I'm at a charter school, though and our classes cap at 24.
This year I'm teaching sophomores and Juniors.
A typical class: about 38.
I have a total of 9 classes (4 each day + 6 that rotate in) plus 2 sets of study halls that also alternate in.
So total number of names I need to learn: close to 440.
My split grade 7/8 English class will start on Tuesday with 29 students, the other grade 7/8 class has 30. All of our grade 1-3 classes have 20 students and grades 4-6 are between 27 and 30.
I'm sooo lucky this year. I teach 6th grade resource, and I have a total of 12 students!!! 12!! Last year I had a case load of 36 and taught in a full inclusion situation with 30-37 kids per class. I teach in a K-8 rural school, and the gen-ed teachers have about 14-17 students per class. Heaven!
Teach grade 3, will welcome 19 students to class on Tuesday.
8th grade-4 classes-over 30 students in each class!
I teach 6 sections. 4 sections are mostly freshmen and 2 are mostly sophomores, but I also have juniors and seniors.
My classes range in size from about 40 to about 50. My classes are smaller this year than last year because this year I sold a prep, resulting in my students getting space out across 6 periods instead of just 5.
3rd grade and I will have 17 students starting on Tuesday!!
I teach six classes but three are with the same 33 kid. The other three classes are comprised of 34 kids, 22 kids, and 21 kids. I teach 5th grade. So I have 103 total students daily.
4th grade inclusion I have 24 right now I believe but school hasn't started yet so that number could go either way. My fingers are crossed for no more than 24 though! Of that about 12 would probably be special ed. I hope to get a class list on Tuesday. School for the kids starts Thursday.
I teach grades 3 to 6-- my largest class has 20 students and my smallest class has ~17.
12th grade, most classes are 38, but I have one of 42.
I have 3 core classes with 34 students each. I have 32 in my reading group. About half of them are kids I have at other time during the day. These are 7th graders.
I teach 6 periods, and class sizes range from 20 to 28. I see 160 students daily.
I am teaching 3rd grade and am very happy to say that I have 14 students expected to come in this Tuesday.
This is a huge thrill for me, because I have never had less than 30 in all my years of teaching!
That number may change, but right now I am walking in the clouds.
7th grade math, 4 classes with 25 - 27 in each class
AM Core Class has 33 kids
PM Core Class has 28 kids
3rd grade - 25 students
Wow - such a range! I'm shocked at the 40's im seeing. I am doing a 5/6 split, 32 kids right now.
4th 30 students
1st and I have 18 kids.
Sep 4, 2011
I'm teaching 4th grade and have 32 students.
I teach second grade and have 30 students this year.
6th & 7th - 153 students.
I teach 2nd and have 18 students beginning on Sept. 6th.
I teach 6th grade science. I have four classes with the highest # of students per class to be 19 kids.
4th Grade and 9 students.
Grade 1, 15 students
Grade 2, 24 students
students are still moving in and out of my classes. I teach all high school grades with a total of 98 students.
I teach math and science to 4th and 5th grade. My 4th grade has 23, and my 5th grade has 18. My numbers are significantly lower than the other teachers who are pretty much maxed at the state cap of 28 b/c I am in a portable and short on space.
I teach English.
I will be teaching 3 8th grade math classes with 28, 22, and 24 students.
3rd grade, 17 students
third grade--23 students
I have 14 kids (second grade). This is a private school.
Third grade, 14 students, at a parochial school.
I got 3 new students, and was glad that 2 were boys, as there were only 2 boys originally!
1st grade- 18 students.
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