Build your strongest team using collaborative teaching skills, moving partners beyond their typical models of co-teaching.
This training will help you:
practical strategies enabling your team to work together as a more powerful, cohesive set of collaborative partners.
your team members to use proven training methods designed with the needs of students with disabilities in mind, but providing enhanced learning experiences for all. Teachers will plan their own collaborative lesson to teach later that same day, then receive immediate, experienced feedback.
teams of any two collaborative partners (general education teachers, special education, ESOL, interventionists or teacher assistants.) Any two individuals who share instruction may attend as a team including partnerships already formed, as well as partnerships being considered for the future.
Find answers you need to know, such as:
- What are strategies to make collaboration and active learning a daily part of classroom routine?
- How should I use engagement strategies and what are the best ones to use?
Discover new perspectives, skills, and research-based resources:
- Model using a station-teaching exercise explaining six approaches to collaborative teaching.
- Plan a collaborative lesson to actually teach later that day with access to our training expertise and 50 Instructional Strategies to Build Student Engagement.
- Apply new skills by delivering a collaborative lesson while being observed and assisted by your peers.
- Reflect with a debrief by the other participants utilizing a safe, positive coaching model.
Expand your toolbox:Response cards are just one of the many helpful engagement strategies Stetson & Associates recommends during this training. Research has demonstrated that if response cards were used as an instructional tool instead of hand raising for just 30 minutes per day, each student would make more than 3,700 additional academic responses on average during the school year (Heward et al, 1996).
Training customization:Stetson & Associates can customize every training to fit your needs and has been doing so for over 700 districts for more than 30 years.
In response to instructional coaching in Clear Creek ISD in Texas, Stetson received this positive feedback:“I think my favorite part of the sessions were the classroom observations. The part I learned the most from, was the “debriefing” sessions we had as a group, following the observations. I also found the practical suggestions, like folding paper in quarters for quick structure to notes, helpful.”
~Pamela Moore Ellis, LSSP Director of Psychological and Assessment Services