"Mwalimu wa darasa"
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yes, if you only have one teacher, they are likely the class teacher. In pre-school I had 2.
Not common for public schools, no. The class sizes tend do be big, so we always have several classrooms for one grade, and each classroom has its own class teacher. Both my primary and high school had 4 classrooms for each grade. Some have up to 6
So 3th grade has teachers A, B, C, and D let's say. Each of them is a mwalimu wa darasa for a fourth of the third graders. And teacher A teaches math; B teaches science; C teaches English; D teaches Swahili; and each of them teaches social studies for their assigned class? Something like that?
it's common for a teacher to teach more than one subject, but I meant it more like teacher A is the math teacher and the class teacher of class A. Teacher A could also be the math teacher of class B, C and/or D. Alternatively, and this is more common in high school, teacher A could be the math teacher to class A, but he/she is not a class teacher. Since high school is only 4 grades, there are more subject teachers than there are class teachers