In collaboration with the Division for Learning Disabilities (DLD)
At the elementary level, co-teaching is driven by the Common Core (or other) State Standards and whole-class instruction. This webinar takes familiar co-teaching models (e.g., station teaching, parallel teaching) and gives specific examples of how to co-teach in those contexts using evidence-based strategies such as mnemonics, graphic organizers, instruction in study skills and note taking. Preparing for classroom instruction, monitoring students’ progress, assessing outcomes, and differentiating instruction will be emphasized.
After viewing this program, you will be able to:
- Describe common co-teaching arrangements in elementary-level classrooms
- Select and use evidence-based instructional strategies to monitor students’ progress, learning outcomes, and achievement gains in co-taught elementary classrooms
- Collaborate more effectively with co-teaching partners in elementary classrooms
- Locate and use additional resources on effective co-teaching at the elementary school level
Presented by Laurie U. deBettencourt, Johns Hopkins University. Original air date September 18, 2014. 60 minutes. #WEB1406A.Get Pricing!