School Resources Team Teaching/Workshop Model Structures

Team Teaching and/or Workshop Model Structure

Team Teaching and/or Workshop Model –

How do you structure this?

 

RSU 64, Bradford, Corinth, Hudson, Kenduskeag, and Stetson

Marcia Boody from the University of Maine, Department of Education outreach is the guru in the Workshop model. She presented at RSU #64 twice within the last year for professional development for our staff. She is very helpful and knowledgeable in this area.

 

Lewiston Middle School, Lewiston

Jake Langlais, principal of Lewiston Middle, is more than happy to talk to anyone about specifics of what they do and use at LMS.

 

Memorial Middle School, South Portland

Attached is our schedule we use at Memorial. The only classes that happen during the Intervention Seminar block are band and chorus and they take place on a rotating day basis (we have a 6-day rotation).

Teachers meet with the students for intervention and re-teaching during the Intervention block.

Grade level team teachers have common preps. Members of the Related Arts team have a common prep/meeting time from 12:05-12:45. Click on “Memorial Middle School” to see their schedule.

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