Co-Teaching with Confidence
ABOUT THIS COURSE
Including students with disabilities in the general education classroom is both a challenge and an opportunity. Educators will need to collaborate to successfully meet the needs of these diverse learners. Region 13 Education Service Center is offering this online co-teaching training to help teachers address the challenges of co-teaching in a standards-based learning environment with a diverse group of learners.
This course will focus on the 6 different co-teaching approaches that best utilize two professionals in one classroom.
- Online, self-paced course to provide Co-Teachers with the knowledge of how and when to implement the six co-teaching approaches.
- Co-Teachers who complete this course will be able to:
- Define the six co-teaching approaches
- Identify the advantages and cautions of each approach
- Determine which approach(es) are appropriate for the given content to be taught
- Describe how to implement each approach in the classroom
- Identify strategies for co-planning with a co-teaching partner
- To receive full credit for the course participants must earn an 80% for higher on the end of course test.
Who is this for?
special education teachers, general education teachers, instructional coaches, interventionists, curriculum specialists, paraprofessionals
ESC Education Specialists
Who do I contact for more information?
Inclusion, Instructional Strategies, Special Education, Elementary, Progress in the General Curriculum, Co-Teaching, Differentiation, High School
Online Course, Self-directed
CPE Credits: 3.00
Registration Closes: 8/22/2022
Ends: 8/31/2022 11:00 pm