Collaborative Teaching 3
About this Course
Strengthen Your Skills
This course is a continuation of Collaborative Teaching 2 that focused on the best ways to collaboratively plan and teach effective lessons.
Research-based studies demonstrate the incredible success of using collaborative teaching as not only a successful strategy for students with special needs, but also for students in general education classrooms. It is more vital than ever before for educators to focus on inclusion, evidence-based instruction, accountability, diversity, differentiation and continuous assessment. Working in a successful collaborative setting can accomplish all of these goals.
- Review of Co-Teaching Approaches and Instructional Strategies—Understand how they lead to specially designed instruction and high levels of student engagement
- Sharing the Classroom—Selecting appropriate classroom arrangements for instructional groupings
- Examining Common Communication Issues—Tools for problem solving
Teachers, paraprofessionals, administrators
- $50 for single-use license (access for one year from purchase)
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