In collaboration with the Division for Learning Disabilities (DLD)
Co-teaching at the high school level adds the challenge of more complex and specialized subject matter. In this webinar, we will explore how research-based practices such as graphic organizers, mnemonics, learning strategies, and self-determination skills, can be integrated into a variety of instructional arrangements by co-teachers in content-based secondary classrooms. Special attention will be given to differentiated instruction in specialized or more advanced content areas.
After viewing this program, you will be able to:
- Describe common co-teaching arrangements at the secondary level
- Select and use evidence-based instructional strategies to monitor students’ progress, learning outcomes, and achievement gains in co-taught classrooms at the secondary level
- Participate fully in co-teaching specialized or more advanced content
- Locate and use additional resources on research-based instructional strategies in high school classrooms.
Presented by Margaret P. Weiss, George Mason University. Original air date October 2, 2014. 64 minutes. #WEB1407A.Get Pricing!