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School & District Management Opinion Principals, Make Room for Teacher Collaboration
The pandemic only reinforced the importance of dedicated time for professional development and collaboration.
Megan Stanton-Anderson, November 29, 2022
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English-Language Learners 5 Ways Teachers Can Collaborate to Support English Learners
To achieve equitable outcomes for English learners, all educators must work together, say researchers.
Ileana Najarro, October 7, 2022
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Teaching Opinion Collaborate With Your Colleagues. You'll Prosper and So Will Your Students
Teachers can learn a lot from their peers and all the other staff members in their school.
Larry Ferlazzo, September 12, 2022
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Fifth grade teacher Kara Houppert and special education teacher Laura Eisinger co-teach a class in Naples, N.Y., in 2018.
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Special Education What the Research Says Co-Teaching: Valuable But Hard to Get Right
Teachers worry that cramped schedules, power struggles, and uncertainty can hinder learning for students with disabilities.
Sarah D. Sparks, July 28, 2022
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Illustration of diverse hands adding puzzle pieces to fill the gaps of a bridge so school children can get across.
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Teaching Profession Opinion It’s Time to Rethink the ‘One Teacher, One Classroom’ Model
Here are proven strategies to innovate the teaching profession—without necessarily adding to school budgets.
Irene Chen & Stephanie Banchero, July 20, 2022
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From left, ESL Campus Coordinator Steve Clark and English Teachers Suzanne Cunningham and Claudia Hendricks listen to an idea from Stacey Flanagan during a meeting at Lowery Freshman Center in Allen, Texas on Tuesday, February 1, 2022.
From left, ESL Campus Coordinator Steve Clark and English teachers Suzanne Cunningham and Claudia Hendricks listen to an idea from Stacey Flanagan during a meeting at Lowery Freshman Center in Allen, Texas on Feb. 1.
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Teaching Profession From Our Research Center In a Grueling School Year, Teachers Are Leaning on Each Other the Most
Teachers are working hard to help students recover from disruptions in learning due to the pandemic. But who’s helping the teachers?
Madeline Will, February 8, 2022
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Paraprofessional Jessica Wein helps Josh Nazzaro answer questions from his teacher while attending class virtually from his home in Wharton, N.J.
Paraprofessional Jessica Wein helps Josh Nazzaro answer questions from his teacher while attending class virtually from his home in Wharton, N.J.
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Special Education 3 Reasons Why Being a Special Education Teacher Is Even Harder During the Pandemic
Special education teachers were often left to navigate the pandemic on their own, a new survey shows.
Eesha Pendharkar, September 17, 2021
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Teaching Opinion Q&A Collections: Professional Collaboration
Ten years of posts offering advice on how educators can work effectively as co-teachers and with paraprofessionals, librarians, and coaches.
Larry Ferlazzo, August 25, 2021
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Special Education Opinion Q&A Collections: The Inclusive Classroom
Ten years of posts from experienced teachers of students with learning differences.
Larry Ferlazzo, August 10, 2021
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School & District Management Spotlight Spotlight on New School Year Collaborations
In this Spotlight, learn where principals and teachers differ on what’s important, gain insights on collaborative learning, and more.
July 30, 2021
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Teaching Profession 4 Ways Districts Are Giving Teachers More Flexibility in Their Jobs
After a year-plus of pandemic schooling, some experts are seeing momentum for district leaders to reimagine what teaching can look like.
Madeline Will, May 4, 2021
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Dave Peters, Director of Student Services for Everett Public Schools, outside the district office on March 2, 2021.
Dave Peters, director of student services for Everett Public Schools in Washington, saw the value of teacher collaboration during the pandemic.
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School & District Management Lessons From the Pandemic That Can Improve Leading and Teaching
Video feedback, prioritizing student well-being, and deeper grade-band collaboration have proven promising, educators say.
Denisa R. Superville, March 16, 2021
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Special Education Bridging Distance for Learners With Special Needs
The schooling services that English-language learners and students with disabilities receive don’t always translate well to remote learning. Here’s how schools can help.
Corey Mitchell, September 16, 2020
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