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This is not co-teaching
Old 12-23-2018, 11:22 AM
 
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I'm not sure what model this is and how it is effective, but unless you are purposefully parallel teaching, this is not a co-teaching model and seems a waste of time for all involved. Since you can't change the schedule, you and the other teacher need to get together and set common parameters on expectations of school and class work. If you both are not willing to compromise, then this arrangement won't work.

I would include admin in on this brainstorming as the scheduling seems to be their idea and they may have a better way of letting you both know how it should look. With admin there, ask what "look fors" they want. What are the expectations and final outcomes.
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