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you have a co-teacher whose philosophy is different from yours, how would you compromise or mediate, without compromising your principles, so that your students would not suffer from it?

Jun 1, 2014 3:14pm

  • K-2
  • Collaboration / Special Education

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    • Jun 4, 2014 10:32am

      I agree with everything Katie said, it is very important to take the time to sit down and have an honest conversation with your co-teacher. Listen to what he/she has to say, be respectful of differing opinions, and work together to compromise in way that you are both comfortable with. In the end, I suspect both the students and you and your co-teacher will all benefit from the time you spend on working something out.