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Road trip with Steinbeck & Kerouac?

April 2, 2012

Part of high-quality differentiated instruction is thinking about how to collaborate effectively in our diverse schools. This means not only co-teaching with special education teachers, therapists, and ELL educators, but talking with teachers of other subject areas to find intersections that are meaningful and to find ways to work together to deliver instruction in innovative ways.

Today’s link is a lesson that is perfect for those of you who are looking for a reason to collaborate and just so happen to teach English or social studies at the high school level. This lesson about maps, the United States, and two iconic American authors is full of possibilities for teaching many different topics and for working across disciplines.

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