Articles about Successful Co-teaching
 

Use Online Technology to Support Auditory Learners in Your Classroom

As a special education teacher, I always struggled with having to read tests aloud to multiple students at the same time. I would run into some students who would be ahead of me, some behind, and sometimes we wouldn’t even get the test done in a single class period.

Using Picture Books as a Secondary Reading Intervention

Picture books can be a great reading intervention at any age or education level.

Angry teens need proactive classroom management

Tools for Teenagers: Mindfulness in Classroom Management

In too many school settings, students hear constant commands from teachers and administrators: “sit down, be quiet, sit still, pay attention, stay awake, control yourself.” While these commands are used to create order and discipline, how often are students actually given the tools and training to truly understand how to comply?

Co-teaching being done well

Should Co-teaching be Voluntary?

Some teachers and school administrators believe that co-teaching should be voluntary.  We have learned that, when a new co-teaching initiative begins in a district, it is best to start small and with teachers who are willing to experiment, if possible. By using this approach, a school can work out any major issues before implementing the co-teaching initiative school or district-wide.

Three Affordable Ways to Get Individualized Professional Development and Learn Valuable Teaching Strategies

Who Else Wants to Get Individualized Professional Development and Learn Valuable Teaching Strategies to Meet State Licensing Goals? Like many […]