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Building strong ICT teams professional learning activity

In this two-part 100 minute professional learning activity, participants will explore ways to strengthen their co-teaching partnership and use the Danielson Framework for Teaching to draw connections between reflecting on collaborative planning, practice, and student learning. 

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In this two part 100-minute professional learning activity, participants will explore ways to strengthen their co-teaching partnership and use the Danielson Framework for Teaching to draw connections between collaborative planning, practice, and student learning. 

This article "50 Ways to Keep Your Co-Teacher" by Wendy D. Murawski and Lisa Dieker corresponds to the Building Strong ICT Teams professional learning activity.

This template corresponds to the "Building Strong ICT Teams" professional learning activity.

This template corresponds to "Building Strong ICT Teams" professional learning activity.

The Danielson 2013 Framework for Teaching (FfT) is the rubric used for teacher development and observation/evaluation. It is used as a formative tool to develop teacher practice as well as a rubric for use when observing and evaluating teacher practice. This version of the rubric contains all 22 components across four domains.

This article corresponds to "Building Strong ICT Teams" professional learning activity.

This resouces corresponds to the "Building Strong ICT Teams" professional learning activity.

This template corresponds to the Building Strong ICT Teams professional learning activity.

This template corresponds to the "Building Strong ICT Teams" professional learning activity.