Boundless Learning Co-Teaching, Chapters 1-3, pages 1-41

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Reading Reaction #3

Assigned Reading:  Boundless Learning Co-Teaching, Chapters 1-3, pages 1-41

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  1. Answer the question with the asterisk (*). This question is required. Be prepared to share your response during SET-Up with the Learning Community.
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  3. Use the Reading Reaction template to write your responses in a Microsoft Word document.  Each response should be between 250- 300 words.

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*What do you consider the biggest impact on students when learning in a co-teaching setting and why is it important?    Analyze the different definitions of co-teaching.  How is Boundless Learning Co-Teaching the same and different from the other definitions?  Examine the co-teaching models that are used in classrooms today.  Explain which one you think is the most beneficial for teachers to use and which one is the least impactful for students.     
Why is the UNITED Protocol so important for co-teachers to complete?  Provide an example of how unveiling beliefs, vision, and mission during the first step of the UNITED Protocol makes the co-teaching partnership stronger.  Explain the importance of the six High Performance Teaming Principles used in a co-teaching classroom.  
Describe how the Boundless Learning Team-Based Cycle of Instruction addresses active engagement by the teachers and students.  Design a Learning Together task that follows the pillars of productive group work.  Use middle school students working in the subject of math for your task.  Identify 2-3 ways that SET-Up and WRAP-Up within the Team-Based Cycle of Instruction can facilitate active engagement, individual accountability, and peer support.  

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