Have you ever thought of co-teaching virtually with members of your IEP team? Today, I share how my special education teachers and I co-teach virtually to help our students feel supported during distance learning.
It was a really positive experience and I share why in this episode! If you’ve felt stressed out about technical issues, don’t know how to involve parents, or just miss your students, it’s a great way to plan engaging team lessons.
Working as a team, you can divide the lesson planning to make the load a little easier and prepare lessons that correspond to the activities your teachers assign.
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Get the free virtual backgrounds and Google slides for the book In the Tall Tall Grass HERE:
Need more ideas on how to use virtual history in your therapy sessions or class meetings? Go to my YouTube channel and check out the tutorials: