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  • Team teaching
  • Take a moment...
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  • Set norms
    • Start with a discussion with your team teacher
    • What do you value in your classroom?
    • What structures would you prefer to employ?
    • - Lining up outside the class
    • - Opening with a prayer
    • - Starting with a learning log each lesson?
    • - When are boys allowed to get laptops?hh
    • - How would you dismiss the class?
    • What are you willing to compromise on?
    • Collaboratively decide what you expect in the classroom with your team teacher
    • Ensure you maintain these norms in your classroom even when one teacher is absent
    • Reevaluate these norms to ensure they are effective for both you and your class
    • Be honest with each other; if it doesn't work for you, tell your team teacher
  • Dos
    • Be considerate
    • Set norms
    • Be fair in terms of workload
    • Marking
    • Observation of students
    • Planning
    • Discipline
    • Tutorials
    • Time allocated to subjects
    • Value the other subject...in words and actions
    • Talk regularly...whatever works for you. Skype, email, calendar, meetings
    • If you're new at the process, or teaching, you will need to meet more often
  • Dont's
    • Consider your job to be done if you're not teaching your subject
    • Consider the class differently to a normal one...Bring other work to class, be late, etc.
    • Spend all your time on remote desktop
    • Value your subject over the other one
  • What do I do when my subject is not the focus of the lesson?
  • Do you really need to be a subject expert to help students?
    • Spend time with groups
    • Ask questions...what are you doing?
    • How much have you done?
    • What areas have you covered?
    • How does this address the driving question?
    • Let's check this against the rubric...
    • What is your focus, what is your end product going to look like
    • How does this link to my subject area?
    • Run tutorials on your subject or swos
    • Link between lessons "big picture"
    • What are you doing right at this moment? (don't accept research as an answer)
    • what are your next steps?
    • Spend time in class with those with special needs
    • Learn about the other content area...eg encyclicals