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Lesson Plans


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Roy Liebergen (rllieber)
Tue, 15 Sep 1998 19:44:29 -0500

I just want to add a comment here about the following:
> Most schools do
> > not have this or the special teachers (art, music, ph ed) are excluded
> > from the planning sessions, because they use those times to tell the
> > classroom teachers how to work with the students.
> I'm not sure I follow you here, but if I were being excluded from having
> a say about my classes, you can bet I would include myself, invited or
> not.

Many of these planning sessions are held while the special teachers are
holding classes. In my school the specials are scheduled so the other
teachers can have collaborative planning. I have never had
collaborative planning built into my schedule and I have to run around
the school grabbing people where I can find them. (I want to say here,
that the staff I work with are wonderful, even when I get them on the