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Making Co-Teaching Work: Best Practices for Administrators and Teachers

Price: $250.00


Presented by Kimberly McDuffie-Landrum

Co-teaching has become an increasingly popular way to provide students with disabilities access to the general education curriculum. Yet, school administrators need to plan a clear path for success and provide ongoing support to their teacher teams. Without this, co-teaching partners will struggle to implement or maintain effective classroom practices.

In this 90-minute recorded audio conference, Kimberly McDuffie-Landrum outlines the essential components of effective co-teaching, with particular emphasis on the role administrators need to fulfill to make co-teaching work. You learn the role of teachers in co-taught settings, practical but critical tips for teachers, as well as how to:

  • Identify and define effective co-teaching practices for inclusive settings
  • Adopt strategies to support the ongoing efforts of co-teaching partners
  • Determine how the most commonly used collaborative models can work in your schools
  • Recognize what to look for when observing, evaluating and providing feedback to co-teachers
  • Spot and avoid problem practices that commonly hamper co-teaching efforts
  • Arm teacher teams with practical, everyday strategies to collaborate and problem-solve

(2011. CD. 90 min. Product Code: 3801.101311. S/H: $5.50)

(Printed materials included. CDs must be prepaid. No returns on CDs.)

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