Kia Ora, and welcome! I'm Miss Georgia Dougherty, but my students call me Miss D!
I am a beginning teacher at Tamaki College, East Auckland, NZ. My specialist subjects are Health and Physical Education, which I am considerably passionate about.
I am also privileged to be a part of the Manaiakalani Digital Teachers Academy.
This is my journey. The good, the bad and the ugly. But I am embracing my new adventure. Do enjoy!
Friday, 26 February 2016
Collaborative Teaching 101
This afternoon during our weekly MDTA Professional Learning Group, we discussed the basics of collaborative/co-teaching, which I am still pondering. If you are working in a co-teaching environment, it is important to question yourself and your teaching.
Without analysing you, and your colleagues' teaching (individually and collaboratively), there is a possibility you aren't providing your students with the best possible teaching they can have, or the teaching may not be working. Ultimately, teaching needs to work for the students, regardless if there is one, two or even six teachers in one classroom. So, ask yourself the following;