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We often think about teacher collaboration in terms of co-teaching. However, for co-teaching to be effective, we need to maximize co-planning. One of the most fruitful practices is to co-plan the assessment. In this interactive webinar from Day 1 of Impact 2021, Tan guides teachers to co-plan backward with a focus on content and language for multilingual learners (MLs).
The second annual Impact Conference is a free virtual event that took place on December 6th, 7th, and 9th and featured experts in supporting the needs of multilingual learners. Impact is an opportunity for classroom teachers and administrators, curriculum and instruction specialists, education advocates, policymakers, and more to join in a community of professional learning with the common goal of furthering progress in multilingual education. Watch all of the recorded sessions on our Community Page.
Tan Huynh (@TanKHuynh) is a career teacher, consultant, and author specializing in language acquisition and literacy development. Tan has taught students from 5th to 10th grade in public, private, charter, and international schools. He has served as a language specialist and is currently a secondary social studies teacher. Tan shares teaching strategies on his blog and podcast with the hopes of celebrating teachers who answer the call to serve multilingual learners.
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