Marie Bouteillon is an award-winning educator, who shares simple, practical teaching techniques on her blog Just Good Teaching. A multilingual consultant, Marie is frequently invited to speak at international, national and regional conferences. She provides full-day professional learning workshops, and supports schools and districts with teacher coaching. Marie began her career as a teacher of English as a New Language before becoming the founding dual language teacher at PS 58 The Carroll School. In recognition of her work in New York City, Marie was personally awarded the title of Chevalier des palmes académiques, the highest award granted to educators by the French Ministry of Education. Marie is also the lead curator at Hexagramm Books, where she builds diverse, authentic and socially emotionally supportive book collections for schools. Marie holds a BA from McGill University, and a Master's in Bilingual Education from Teachers college at Columbia University. Learn more about Marie and follow her blog at JustGoodTeaching.com.
This practical handbook guides teachers and leaders through a step-by-step process to help align behavior management practices and classroom layouts. Grounded in research, Marie narrates how team teachers can build schedules to support language and literacy instruction in two languages.
Marie also models how partnerships can teach for mastery with nine co-planning techniques. She even includes examples of curriculum maps, weekly plans, content objectives and language objectives to illustrate each method.
Take away advice on assigning student homework adapted to the dual language immersion context. Concrete assignments illustrate how homework can be manageable for students, parents and team teachers.
Marie shares her experience with new and experienced dual language leaders to identify and provide timely and differentiated support for team teaching partnerships.