7 Tips for Planning Effectively with Other Teachers
Are you and your grade-level team trying to plan together, but struggling to be productive? Maybe you’re frustrated because you know that planning together could be such a time-saver (not to mention reduce your stress) but it’s not going the way you hoped.
You’re left wondering - how can we solve this problem? CAN we solve this problem? What (if anything) can you do that will help you and your teammates get more done during your limited planning time?
In this episode, I’m sharing 7 tips that will help you lesson plan with your teammates so that you can stop taking all the work on yourself and start getting more done together - for you and your students.
In This Episode About Teacher Collaboration, You’ll Learn:
- Why teacher collaboration is important
- What you’ll want to set up with your team
- How to make sure you’re working smarter, not harder, by sharing responsibilities
- Some key things to keep in mind, whether you’re a team that's new to working together, or have been a grade-level team for some time.
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