-Teams analyze assessment data weekly to drive small group instruction. When the teachers meet, they share strategies that were successful, so all students can benefit.
-Teams help students develop a sense of belonging at school. They are part of a smaller community and thrive having close connections to others.
-Teaming allows teachers the time to develop lesson plans and activities together. This is helpful because three experts are better than one.
-Teaming allows your student to have 150+ students with the same teachers. This is helpful because it builds instant study partners that have learned the same material using the same strategies.
-Teams allows your child access to cross curricular connections. Because teams meet weekly, they know what is happening in each other’s classroom and they preplan ways to support your child’s learning. They purposefully make links between the content in the classrooms.
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