Learn how to plan and teach collaboratively to improve student learning!
Written by experts in the field, this second edition of the best-selling A Guide to Co-Teaching highlights the benefits and challenges of co-teaching, addressing the No Child Left Behind requirement that all students have access to highly qualified teachers and the IDEA requirement that students with disabilities have access to the general education curriculum.
Practitioners embarking on a collaborative teaching approach will find information on four types of co-teaching models (supportive, parallel, complementary, and team teaching), updated references throughout the text, expanded coverage of Response to Intervention, and an added discussion on the role of paraprofessionals and administrators as partners in co-teaching.
This unique road map leads you through the planning, implementation, and reflection phases with the help of these practical features:
- Quotes and advice about successes and failures from teachers and students
- Self-assessments to ensure that goals are met
- Answers to frequently asked questions
- Tips for organization and mutual cooperation
- A glossary of terms
A Guide to Co-Teaching, Second Edition will enable you to build successful, enjoyable co-teaching relationships and create more effective outcomes for your students.