Collaboration in the Classroom: Implementing Effective Co-Teaching Arrangements
Ensure co-teaching success with these strategies.
Classrooms are made up more and more diverse learners, and school districts are hiring co-teachers as part of a strategy to support these learners. Oftentimes educators that are paired as co-teachers are general education teachers with a special educator or an English learning specialist. However, many people assigned to co-teach have not received any training in how to co-teach. This white paper provides tools to assist you to establish trust, communicate and, coordinate your efforts, and jointly plan co-taught lessons.
President of Bayridge Consortium, Inc. in San Diego, California
An internationally known expert on the development of support systems for educating all students in general education
Has served as a middle and high school social studies and science, special education, and Title 1 teacher; a special education coordinator; a director of pupil personnel services; and a director of curriculum and instruction
Written more than 20 books and 100 chapters and journal articles on topics from co-teaching and differentiated instruction to inclusion and leadership in school reform and restructuring
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