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How Can Schools Make Co-Teaching Work?

How Can Schools Make Co-Teaching Work?

Social media sites and online forums can provide opportunities for co-teachers to communicate effectively.

Special-education teacher Elizabeth Stein,  in her post on MiddleWeb, described how she usses social media to connect with other educators. 

"Teachers must make co-teaching work--the challenging factors must be translated into positive, professional and proactive actions, so that the instrumental moments flow--and all students have heightened opportunities to achieve," she said. 

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Article by Kassondra Granata, EducationWorld Contributor

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