Collaboration skills are essential for success in today’s world, especially when it comes to team-teaching in a dynamic classroom environment. This methodology is a growing trend in educational practice, but how exactly does it work?
Linda Edie and Ed Haggen visit with us and share hard-earned knowledge from their team-teaching classroom. Just ahead of the Learning 2.0 conference where they’ll be presenting on “Shared Spaces, Shared Students, and Shared Practices”, they are sharing!
Linda Eide is in her 7th year of teaching at ISB, and is passionate about collaborating with others to improve student learning. She has previously worked in Singapore, Beijing, Manila and Seattle.
Ed has taught grades 1 through 6 over the last 19 years. This is his 6th year at ISB. He is passionate about engaging and learning with learners through choice and voice. He loves traveling with his family and spending time outdoors.