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