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Saturday, November 16 • 1:45pm - 2:45pm
Keys to Co-teaching: Unlocking the Code

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Co-teaching can be incredibly powerful for student learning and also very frustrating for those involved, if key components are not prioritized. In this session, participants will analyze 3 components of the co-teaching cycle and explore how EAL teachers can effectively support students in content classrooms. Participants will walk away with practical strategies and goals to ensure all students succeed in a classroom that is fortunate enough to have two teachers!

Session Objectives:

Analyze 3 components of the co-teaching cycle (co-planning, co-teaching, and co-assessing).
Explore practical co-teaching and coaching strategies for working with EAL students.

Presenters
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Susan Guderyon

High School EAL and Academic Support
Susan Guderyon is in her third year at SFS as a High School EAL and Academic Support teacher. She supports EALs in the classroom and in small group settings. Susan has a degree in French from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a Masters in Language Acquisition and ESL from the... Read More →
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Lindsay Kuhl

Middle School
Lindsay Kuhl is currently a 7th grade EAL co-teacher and Middle School Support Coordinator at Seoul Foreign School. This is her 18th year of teaching and her 13th year at SFS. She has taught in Wisconsin, Thailand, and Korea in a variety of different grade levels, including elementary... Read More →


Saturday November 16, 2019 1:45pm - 2:45pm
G308

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