Episode: Episode 006: The importance of building strong relationships, with Bridget Halverson.


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Episode 006: The importance of building strong relationships, with Bridget Halverson.

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Bridget Halverson has been teaching at Walker Elementary in West Allis, Wisconsin for the past 18 years. She has taught 1st-3rd grade in almost every environment including single class, multi class, multi-age, looped and co-teaching environments.  She is a vocal support of the personalized learning movement and a strong support of co-teaching.

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