Co-Teaching Is Tough

Meghan PahlkeBlog, Connect Better, Lead Better, Manage Better, Reflect Better

TL;DR: A strong co-teaching relationship involves both teachers using their expertise to co-plan, co-teach, and co-assess as equals. Make sure to consistently reflect on your co-teaching relationships and practices. Give both your co-teacher and yourself grace. Co-teaching is tough, whether you have been co-teaching for one semester, one year, or years. Yes, the cliche sayings that a co-teaching relationship is … Read More

We’re All a Part of the Bigger Picture: Support Each Other

Dana GoodierBlog, Connect Better, Lead Better

TL;DR: Having meaningful relationships with your coworkers is important. Co-teachers should find time to collaborate and support one another. Build relationships with your department or grade-level teams. Reach out to your administration with any questions or needs. Administrators, check in with your teachers and offer encouragement. We are all in this together and have a common goal. There are many … Read More