Co-teachers work jointly on tasks, goals and staying on track even amid the excitement that precedes holiday breaks, writes special-education teacher Laurie Wasserman. In this blog post, she offers a glimpse of some of the lessons that she and her co-teachers in language arts and social studies classes do together. For example, the teachers arrange fun days before holidays -- students bring in breakfast and then participate in education games, such as a history-trivia contest.
Educator gives ideas of what co-teachers can do together
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