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A Collaborative Strategy: Teacher Time-Outs (Video)

Kristin Gray, a math specialist  at Richard A. Shields Elementary in Lewes, Del., explains how teachers can use "time-outs," or spontaneous but strategic breaks from instruction, to get real-time feedback from colleagues during lessons.

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