Co-teaching Strategies for Remote Learning 101

Gayle Hammer, an ELL teacher in Chicago Public Schools, along with Jennifer Estrada, , Elizabeth Laverde, and Caitlin Sheehan have created resources to improve collaboration and student learning in co-taught classrooms during remote learning.

Hammer has been collaborating with other teachers of ESL and Diverse Learner to develop norms and structures for Co-teaching while working remotely. This includes modified co-teaching structures for E-Learning, Responsibilities and Considerations for Co-teaching remotely, a planning guide for making agreements and calendar while co-teaching, and finally a weekly planning model for ELL while teaching remotely with learning and language objectives, vocab discourse, and co-teaching model.

The resources are available for free download here and can be viewed below.