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Collaborative Teaching 3

Collaborative Teaching 3

SUBJECT AREA: Collaborative Teaching

DESCRIPTION:

Research-based studies have shown collaborative teaching is an effective teaching strategy for students with special needs, especially those with disabilities. Educators aspire to work in classrooms that include a focus on inclusion, evidence-based instruction, accountability, diversity, differentiation, and continuous assessment. By working in a successful collaborative setting, all of these goals can be accomplished. This course is organized into three components.

COMPONENTS:

Component 1: Review Co-Teaching Approaches and Instructional Strategies that Lead to Specially Designed Instruction and High Levels of Student Engagement
Component 2: Sharing the Classroom and Selecting Appropriate Classroom Arrangements for Instructional Groupings
Component 3: Examine Common Communication Issues and Provide Tools for Problem-Solving

RELATED COURSES:

Collaborative Teaching 1
Collaborative Teaching 2


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