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9781119653325

Co-teaching That Works

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  • ISBN13:

    9781119653325

  • ISBN10:

    1119653320

  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2020-07-21
  • Publisher: Jossey-Bass Inc Pub

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Summary

Guaranteed Success for the Co-teaching Classroom

Following the success of the first edition, Co-Teaching That Works: Structures and Strategies for Maximizing Student Learning, Second Edition is here to provide actionable advice to co-teachers seeking to utilize one another's strengths. Unlike other co-teaching books, this manual is written for every possible educator combination—not simply general educators. You'll find sections on everything from co-teaching in literacy and speech-language therapy to special education and technology so that, no matter what subject matter or expertise, you'll be prepared to co-teach.

This book is written to provide concrete, actionable advice, including:

  • Co-Teaching Roll Out Plans
  • Leadership Guidelines
  • Relationship Development
  • Best Co-Teaching Models
  • Specially Designed Instruction
  • And more

Educators will have the opportunity to learn from other experienced co-teachers who share their personal stories, tips, and tried-and-true co-teaching techniques that lead to student success. Their creative, time-efficient approaches will revolutionize the way you view your classroom teaching strategies and enhance your ability to collaborate with other educators.

Whether you are planning to build your co-teaching strategy from scratch or just looking to refine your current approach, Co-Teaching That Works will undoubtedly be a priceless resource to have in your professional toolbox.

Author Biography

Anne M. Beninghof, an internationally recognized consultant and trainer, has more than 37 years of experience working with students and teachers, in a variety of public and private settings. She has been a special education teacher, adjunct faculty member of the University of Hartford and the University of Colorado and provided staff development in all 50 states. In her teaching, presenting and writing, Anne focuses on creative, practical solutions for more effectively including students with diverse learning needs in general education classrooms.

Table of Contents

The Author

Introduction

Part One: Developing A Recipe For Success

Chapter 1 An Overview of Co-Teaching

What Is Co-Teaching?

What Does the Research Say?

What Are the Benefits?

Chapter 2 Leadership for Co-Teaching: Common Challenges and Effective Solutions

Multi-Year Rollout Plan

Vision and Culture

Professional Learning that Yields Results

Expectations for Co-Teachers

Classroom Composition

Planning Time

Evaluation

Coaching for the Co-Taught Classroom

Chapter 3 Relationship Building: Common Challenges and Effective Solutions

Communication

Roles and Responsibilities

Grading

Reflection

Celebrations

Courageous Conversations

Chapter 4 Specially Designed Instruction

Three Whats and Three Whys of SDI

Examples and Non-Examples

Planning with SDI in Mind

Part Two: Serving Up Effective Instruction

Chapter 5 An Overview of the Models

Chapter 6 The Duet Model

Chapter 7 The Map and Navigate Model

Chapter 8 The Adding Model

Chapter 9 The Transforming Model

Chapter 10 The Complementing Model

Chapter 11 Mixed-Readiness Grouping Model

Chapter 12 Readiness Grouping Model

Chapter 13 Grouping Configurations

Part Three: Maximizing Unique Talents

Chapter 14 Co-Teaching with a Special Education Teacher

Chapter 15 Co-Teaching with a Technology or Library Media Specialist

Chapter 16 Co-Teaching with a Speech/Language Pathologist

Chapter 17 Co-Teaching with an Occupational or Physical Therapist

Chapter 18 Co-Teaching with a Paraeducator

Chapter 19 Co-Teaching with a Literacy Specialist

Chapter 20 Co-Teaching with an English Language Development Specialist

Part Four: The Finishing Touches

Chapter 21 Conclusion: Evolving Partnerships

Appendix Instructional Strategies for Co-Taught Classrooms

References

Index

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