Teacher Collaborative Planning
Budget cuts are leaving schools with fewer teachers and more responsibilities. With unrealistic classroom demands on teachers; teachers are finding it more difficult to meet with colleagues to collaborate on instruction, learning and lessons. Collaborative Planning Time For Teachers gives you the opportunity to meet with teachers in your team/building and get credit for your collaboration as you plan for the upcoming mark period and or school year.
a. Choose one academic subject to collaborate on;
b. A parent letter or newsletter introducing the Unit;
c. Create a Student Syllabus;
d. Develop a Unit that you and your team plan on using during the upcoming school year, semester, and or mark period (30 lesson plans);
e. Create homework questions that are consistent with your Unit;
f. A student check list of all the assignments within the unit;
g. A list of supplies students may need for your unit.
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