Best Practices in CO-TEACHING: Effective Strategies and Realistic Solutions for Inclusive Classrooms (Grades 1-12)
“Specifically Designed for General Education Teachers, Special Education Staff, ESL Teachers, and Other Specialists Who Currently Co-Teach or Plan to Co-Teach as Part of Their Schools’ Inclusive Practices
-The most up-to-date approaches and best practices to strengthen your co-taught classroom
-Highly practical instructional strategies and how they can be integrated most effectively into your co-teaching approaches
-Realistic options for using co-teaching to differentiate instruction to better meet the needs of your students with disabilities
-Proven methods for incorporating students’ specially designed instruction into co-taught lessons”
- Target Audience: Grades 1-12
- Focus Area: Academic Skill
- Cost: $
- Website: https://www.ber.org/seminars/course/XCI/Best-Practices-in-CO-TEACHING-Effective-Strategies-and-Realistic-Solutions-for-Inclusive-Classrooms-Grades-1-12?sessCode=XCI3F1-CEN
This training was on successful co-teaching. I had thought this would be directly related to math instruction, but it was not. I had also hoped it would give tips on getting co-teach started, but it did not.
The video had alot of helpful information about the co-teach model. I liked the ideas it gave about using small group in secondary classes.