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What Really Works in Co-Teaching in the Elementary Classroom
Can’t We All Just Get Along?
It’s summer, and you are thinking about the next school year starting and reflecting a bit on last year. What will you want to improve upon? You think about your content, your students, your communications with parents, and then it hits you. There are so many adults who come into your elementary classroom on a daily basis—how can you do a better job with them? You feel like your classroom has a revolving door on it. Adults walk in and take your students out in the middle of a lesson, or sometimes stay and work with them in the room. There are even ...