Teacher: How co-teaching can work for students, educators

When teachers collaborate effectively, students learn more, writes Kimberly Long, a reading and language arts teacher at Daniel Wright Junior High School in Lincolnshire, Ill. In this commentary, she offers five lessons she learned from co-teaching a seventh-grade reading class with a response-to-intervention reading specialist. Among the lessons are to trust each other, identify the role of each teacher and allow time to communicate and reflect.

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