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Tip 27: Co-Planning Sign

Posted on April 27, 2012 in Autism, News

Today is a quick and easy make-and-take idea for your next teacher inservice. Have your teams create “DO NOT DISTURB. We are planning!” signs for their classroom doors.

Paula Kluth 30 Tips in 30 Days

Paula Kluth 30 Tips in 30 Days

Teachers have so little time to plan as it is so we have to make sure that the time they DO have is sacred and protected. After you make the signs, promise your fellow teachers you will honor them and keep away from others who are engaged in the important work of designing lessons, creating adaptations, and solving problems.

Comments

  1. From Julie Vanderwagen on 27 Apr 2012

    There seems to be less and less time for this very important part of our day! The sign will work to keep everyone focused on the tasks at hand.

  2. From Marcy t on 27 Apr 2012

    Don’t forget to add the tiara, that I told you about, when you were in Winnipeg, eh.

  3. From Megan on 28 Apr 2012

    Fabulous idea for more than planning time. The “work day” goes so quickly :(

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