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Old 02-18-2020, 10:12 PM
 
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Like others said, get a copy of lesson plans, copy of teacher editions, answer keys.
I had a math teacher who refused to give me an answer key. I could find the answer but I was there to check on students, not do the math problems while they waited for help. I also have a math license.
Some teachers think they are somehow smarter than special ed teachers. Some donít do lesson plans. It helps if your administration backs you up. Lesson plans a week in advance help more than just before class too. Then you can plan out accommodations/modifications.
Iíve taught gen ed too so I havenít had a problem not knowing about a subject-yes it surprises some.
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