4 tips for improving co-teaching relationships

08/11/2013 | MiddleWeb

In this blog post, literacy and special-education teacher Elizabeth Stein offers four ideas to help co-teachers establish positive relationships at the beginning of the school year. Stein offers a list of questions to help educators learn about each person's teaching and classroom-management routines. "Once we find ourselves in a positive co-teaching relationship, we are in a much better position to talk about how we will teach and assess for learning," she writes.

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