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Effective co-teaching resources. Great for SPED teachers.

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Looking for classroom management tips for team teaching and co-teaching? You’ll find information on discipline and behavior management while sharing a classroom with a co-teacher, organization ideas for team teaching, and more! Learn from my personal experience with team teaching and hear from educators who have successfully implemented co-teaching, plus find links to other co-teaching …

A Teaching Pot of Gold: Show What You Know! by The Primary Peach

A Teaching Pot of Gold: Show What You Know!

Hey Y'all! This is Chandra from Teaching with Crayons and Curls! I hope that you've been enjoying our posts this month and have learned some magical new ideas to use in your classroom with our Teaching Pot of Gold: Making Learning Magical blog series! I don't know about you, but I truly believe that for my students to LEARN, they have to be ENGAGED! So, I'm here to share some magic about how I try my best to keep my students engaged! My husband is also an educator and many of our…

Co-Teaching & Team Teaching tips

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Looking for classroom management tips for team teaching and co-teaching? You’ll find information on discipline and behavior management while sharing a classroom with a co-teacher, organization ideas for team teaching, and more! Learn from my personal experience with team teaching and hear from educators who have successfully implemented co-teaching, plus find links to other co-teaching …

CoTeaching in Special Education

Co-Teacher Teamwork

Special education teacher Laurie Wasserman co-teaches with a MS grade level team. In this post she shares some of their team activities.

EFFECTIVE CO-TEACHING ♦ "With inclusion on the rise, teachers are sharing classrooms more than ever and becoming an effective co-teaching partner is a teaching essential. A co-teaching team typically includes a general and a special educator who teach the general education curriculum to all students, as well as implement Individual Education Programs (IEPs) for students with disabilities."

Effective Co-Teaching Strategies

Several collaborative teaching approaches have proven to be successful to guide educators who work together in co-teaching partnerships to differentiate instruction. The approaches include:

INCLUSION: Collaborative Team Teaching (CTT) in 3rd Grade

INCLUSION: Collaborative Team Teaching (CTT) in 3rd Grade

Welcome to Our Promo for "INCLUSION: Collaborative Team Teaching (CTT) in 3rd Grade." Teachers Network is now also making available individual videos for eit...

Team teaching  2KM 2KJ classroom

Tips For Team Teaching: Two teachers, two classes in one open primary school classroom

A detailed description of how two primary school teachers team teach in a large open classroom. There are many benefits of team teaching in primary schools. We discuss the why and how of collaborative team teaching models in Australia. 2019 update and infographic included!

Team Teaching: Tips for Success

Team Teaching: Tips for Success

Some countries and schools rely on team teaching to make their ESL classes more effective. Team teaching is where two instructors work together to teach lessons. This arrangement usually, bu

How Team Teaching Can Improve Your Game | Edutopia

How Team Teaching Can Improve Your Game

Two teachers at Leadership Public School in Hayward, CA share their insights into what makes a successful team teaching partnership.

Team teaching at WOW Zone

Team teaching at WOW Zone

Planning for a team-teaching mathematics lesson.

Planning for a team-teaching mathematics lesson

This year, I have been fortunate enough to have a support teacher with me for two morning a week - Gus. I'm normally an English/Integrated guy before recess, and a Maths guy between recess and lun...

a big part of team teaching is all about signification - here in the wonderful Holy Rosary School in Tasmania the two )fab) teachers use coloured hats to indicate that they are / are not available for student help. While you are there, also note the shoes off, agile space, creative activity, super-class numbers, displayed work suspended on wires, and the fun!

a big part of team teaching is all about signification - here in the wonderful Holy Rosary School in Tasmania the two )fab) teachers use coloured hats to indicate that they are / are not available for student help. While you are there, also note the shoes off, agile space, creative activity, super-class numbers, displayed work suspended on wires, and the fun!