Collaborative Teaching K-6 One-Day Class
Teacher Professional Development at Longwood University
June 25 | 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
with Dr. Jodie Brinkmann, Assistant Professor, Education & Special Education
Location: Longwood University in Farmville, Virginia | Blackwell Ballroom
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. The event flyer can be viewed or printed here.
Certificates for recertification points will be award!
Lunch, beverages, snacks, and parking will be provided.
With questions and to register:
Please contact ProfessionalStudies@longwood.edu.