This class is designed for pairs of teachers (exceptional and general education teammates, if possible) to learn practical strategies for building communication and collaboration skills, instructional planning and co-teaching strategies, and methods for creating more balanced assessments to increase student achievement for all students.

Key concepts addressed:

  • Rationale for Co-teaching
  • Co-teaching Approaches
  • Co-teaching Logistics in Building a Lasting Collaborative Partnership
  • Collaboration and Co-teaching Program Development
  • Building a School Culture to Support Co-teaching
  • Gaining Support from Administrators for Co-teaching
  • Balanced Assessment Strategies to Increase Student Achievement

Instructor: Dr. Jodie Brinkmann, Assistant Professor, College of Education and Human Services, Longwood University

Coming soon!! Next class offerings: Spring 2019/or Summer 2019

 

Note, this is a non-credit class.  It may be used for recertification points or Continuing Education Units but can not be transferred for academic credit at any time.

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Note, this is a non-credit class. It may be used for recertification points or Continuing Education Units but can not be transferred for academic credit at any time.

Register