Some things just naturally go together: cream and sugar, peanut butter and jelly, tests and number two pencils, and of course, teachers and their students. Unfortunately, team teaching across the curriculum can make for more challenging coupling.
Now, some subject areas are an easy match – English and history often make a dynamic pair, as do math and science. Educators begin to bristle, however, when administrators and others in charge suggest “teaming” of vastly different classes, like Algebra and Language Arts.
With these tips, team teaching across the curriculum can transform from a marriage made in h-e-double-hockey-sticks to a perfect pairing:
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