Team Teaching Support Plan (Individual Goals)

Team Teachers:

What are my biggest strengths?

What are my biggest areas of growth?

Teacher 1:

Teacher 1:

Teacher 2:

Teacher 2:

What are my partner’s biggest strengths?

What are my partner’s areas of growth?

Teacher 1:

Teacher 1:

Teacher 2:

Teacher 2:

What are my goals in collaboration?

Teacher 1:

Teacher 2:

What are my goals for our classroom?

Teacher 1:

Teacher 2:

What beliefs do I have about what matters most for effective project-based learning?

Teacher 1:

Teacher 2:

What would I like shared agreements to be in...

Planning Projects

Prep Time

Echo

Grading

Classroom

Management

Conflict

Other

Team Teaching Support Goals:

Team Teaching Support Process

Our goal as a school is to provide better supports for all teachers (including team teachers) as we move towards more expanded teacher collaboration on projects.  Below you will find a support structure for team teachers to utilize:

Common Understandings:

  1. Team-teaching is like a relationship and must be fostered.
  2. Sustainability is vital to success.  It is a marathon, not a sprint.
  3. The process of support only matters if there is transparency and a growth mindset.

Process:

  1. Academic Specialist (AS) or PBL Coach can meet with each team teaching set to build support plan.
  2. AS or PBL Coach will periodically meet with teams to review goals, temperature check, and provide scaffolds.
  3. AS or PBL Coach will periodically observe team teaching environments to focus on supports.
  4. If conflict arises, AS or PBL Coach will support team teachers as facilitator.  If facilitation does not work, AS or PBL Coach will take issue to administration for more intensive support structures.
  5. AS or PBL Coach will help teams expand goals, examine progression, and develop new goals to push collaborative processes.

Team Teaching Resources: