New Lessons and Strategies to Facilitate Student Learning
Through presentation and viewing of video footage, participants become familiar with the 4 approaches to co-teaching and learn about the benefits and cautions when applying each approach. In addition, scheduling, role clarification, administrative support, lesson planning, and other logistical issues are explored. Participants are provided with tools to assist in establishing trust, facilitating communication and coordination of effort, and making efficient use of available planning time.
Length: 1-1/2 hours to 1 day
“A valuable resource for the utilization of paraeducators”
This book provides a valuable resource for the best utilization of paraeducators in the classroom, with tips and tools for making this a successful process.
Melissa Miller, Science Teacher
Lynch Middle School, Farmington, AR
A Guide to Co-Teaching: New Lessons and Strategies to Facilitate Student Learning (3rd Edition)
Co-teaching is an evidence-based instructional strategy and an organizational structure for enhancing educators’ ability to differentiate instruction for our increasingly diverse student population in live and virtual learning environments.
A Guide to Co-Teaching with Paraeducators
Focused on the expanding role of paraeducators, this hands-on reference provides practical guidelines for collaborating with paraeducators.
Co-Teaching At A Glance
Co-Teaching is a powerful and effective model for addressing the needs of today’s diverse classrooms.
RTI: Co-Teaching & Differentiated Instruction
Six-page laminated guide introducing the “Schoolhouse Model” fostering positive, inclusive learning.