Collaborative Settings

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I have observed many attempts at collaborative settings but have seen very few effective ones. At my school, we currently have opportunities to collaborate. However, the opportunity to do it effectively is not frequent. There is rarely any co-planning making it difficult to see examples of properly shared roles and responsibilities that should take place in collaborative settings. What I have observed is one teacher, the content teacher, preparing everything pertaining to the lesson, delivery and assessment, and the co-teacher either the other content teacher, ESL teacher or Special Education teacher sitting back or working with one student. There exist no regular meeting for long term planning and very little daily interaction for the purpose
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