Communicate with Others

Communicate

"Interpreting a child’s behavior is a bit like putting together an unusual puzzle.  Unusual in that you can assemble it, take it apart again, and reassemble it in many ways. Working with others to put that puzzle together gives you more potential solutions. It also acknowledges everyone’s expertise and builds the professional classroom community." (Casper & Theilheimer, 2010)(1)

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STAGES OF THE TEACHING SPIRAL:

Observe and Collect Data
Analyze the Collected Information
Reflect on the Data
Communicate with Others
Take Action

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