Co-Teaching Better Together

1 Hour 15 Minutes

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Are you interested in co-teaching? A powerful force for achieving the best possible student outcomes, co-teaching combines the expertise of both a general education teacher and a special education teacher in one classroom. Our hosts will share their path to a successful partnership—including trust, collaboration, planning, and intentional instructional delivery.

In this webinar you’ll learn about:

  • Examples of what our hosts did to make their co-teaching experience successful, including the methods, purpose, and benefits of co-teaching students of all abilities
  • Best practices in developing a positive co-teaching partnership
  • Delivery models used in inclusive settings, specially designed instruction, differentiated instruction, assessments, analysis, and data collection
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Join us to discover the benefits of co‑teaching, and hear about some tips and tricks!

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About the Presenter

Kacee Andrews began her journey in the field of education 13 years ago after leaving her career in a corporate setting to follow her passion for teaching. Kacee is currently a middle school English language arts teacher, and has been co‑teaching in inclusion settings for 12 years! She has taught students of all abilities and served on a district‑wide curriculum committee. Kacee earned her Specialist Degree in Instructional Technology from University of West Georgia and is certified in secondary English, middle grades reading, and special education with a gifted endorsement and an ESOL endorsement.

Anthony Hughes has over 20 years of experience in the field of special education. He is currently a varying exceptionalities teacher and has 14 years of experience in co‑teaching models and partnerships at the middle school level. Anthony has earned three degrees in special education, with his most recent being his Specialist Degree in Special Education from University of West Georgia. He is currently licensed in both Florida and Georgia with certificates including Specific Learning Disabilities, ESOL, and multiple academic areas.