Alerts
New Jobs on Teachers.Net

Moonjoo Lee/Young Remb...
Anywhere

North Orange County Co...
Anywhere

North Orange County Co...
Anywhere

North Orange County Co...
Anywhere

The Equity Project Cha...
New York


The Equity Project Cha...
New York

Grades

    Re: Push-in vs. pull-out models of support
    Same here

    On 7/24/11, 4th wrote:
    > On 5/11/11, NJ/4th wrote:
    >> I've taught as a pull-out teacher in the past and now I have a
    >> push-in teacher who comes to my room. I agree with Lori about
    >> the advantages of pull-out. However, this year I team teach
    >> with a push-in teacher twice a week. We have a great working
    >> relationship and I've learned a lot from her. It doesn't
    >> disrupt the class because all but four students need her
    >> support. So when she comes in, she "takes over" and I act as
    >> the in-class support.
    >>
    >>
    >> On 5/10/11, Lori wrote:
    >>> I prefer a pull-out model since....
    >>> 1. it doesn't disrupt the rest of my class
    >>> 2. it also allows me more flexibility
    >>> 3. I don't have to plan with another person (no time.
    >
    > Pull out works better for me. I had a speech teacher that was a
    > push in teacher and all she did was sit next to the kid. I never
    > saw any "speech" going on. I always felt that it was a way for her
    > to do nothing. I'm sure that all push in teachers are not that
    > way....just my experience.