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Creating a Co-Teaching Partnership

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Transcript of Creating a Co-Teaching Partnership

Implementation
Planning
Instruction
Assessment & Reflection
Self Reflection
Strengths and weaknesses
Teaching style
Philosophy and values
Five models
1. Team Teaching
2. Station Teaching
3. Parallel Teaching
4. Alternative Teaching
5. One Teach, One Assist
Things to consider: lesson objectives, student needs, available resources, educator expertise
Creating a
Co-Teaching
Partnership

General Educator
Content-related items
Curriculum indicators, objectives, and assessment limits
Texts and resources
Breaks objectives into components
Special Educator
Specialized instruction for students with and without IEPs
Gathers needs of students with IEPs
Teaching and learning for all students
Shared Roles
Differentiation
Co-teaching approach
Assessment
Reflect on student needs
Divvy up other prep and writing of lesson plan
Plan to debrief
Benefits
Goals
Teachers:
1. Contribute fully in planning, instruction, and assessment
2. Share instruction and classroom management responsibilities
3. Make time for communication and co-planning
4. Listen to one another and understand each other's perspectives
5. Understand they can learn from each other
6. Share responsibility and accountability for every student
Schedule co-planning time
Determine roles and who will lead
Use the same guiding questions each time
Student Performance
Develop assessments
Develop explicit scoring criteria, exemplars
Develop scaffolding techniques
Evaluate student performance
Plan to adjust future instruction
Document progress on IEP goals
Share data
Teacher Performance
Equality
Universally designed instruction
Classroom environment
Data-driven instruction
Co-teaching approach
Identification of additional supports
Additional Resources
Websites
http://marylandlearninglinks.org/930
http://www.marilynfriend.com/
http://www.powerof2.org/
http://olms.cte.jhu.edu/20618
Articles
Advantages to Co-Teaching
Understanding Co-Teaching Components
Why Co-Teach?
Common Co-Teaching Issues
Roles
Thank you!
Why co-teach? How does having more than one teacher impact classroom learning? Does it impact learning?
How can we foster an environment that supports co-teaching?
http://marylandlearninglinks.org//olms2/952#resource_16305 (Part 1)
http://marylandlearninglinks.org//olms2/952#resource_16305 (Part 2)
http://marylandlearninglinks.org//olms2/952#resource_16305 (Approaches)
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