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My best experiences of co-teaching all shared the same major element: collaboration. I think being able to brainstorm, teach, work off of each other, and generally support one another is a huge part of good co-teaching. If it is a new relationship (between the two teachers) I would begin by sitting down and sharing what you love about teaching and how you envision working with each other. Then, move into some planning and begin to delegate tasks.
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