Ch_7_Practical_Matte - Chapter 7 Allocate time for common planning and establish a specific time of day for that planning Maximize the shared

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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 7 Allocate time for common planning, and establish a specific time of day for that planning. Maximize the shared planning time that is available. Be aware of planning procedures used. Time requirements decrease as collaborative work relationships develop. Use of substitutes Alternatives for class coverage Instructional strategies Scheduling issues for special educators ◦ Individual versus collective scheduling ◦ Daily or periodic scheduling of services ◦ Schedule flexibility Master scheduling is key to success in collaborative schools. The impact on other service providers and their programs and services must be considered. This is a concern particularly in elementary and middle schools. Flexibility cannot be overemphasized. School as a professional workplace ◦ Concerns of Special Educators ◦ Concerns of General Educators Role management...
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This note was uploaded on 05/13/2011 for the course SPED 535 taught by Professor Dr.wadsworth during the Spring '11 term at University of Louisiana at Lafayette.

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Ch_7_Practical_Matte - Chapter 7 Allocate time for common planning and establish a specific time of day for that planning Maximize the shared

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