The essence of co-teaching is two teachers working together to share the responsibilities of teaching all of the students in one classroom. Effective co‑teachers understand they are equally responsible and accountable for the education of all students in their classroom and develop their teaching practice accordingly. Pairing general education and special education teachers creates opportunities for inclusion for students with disabilities, which offers numerous research-based benefits to schools and families.
In this guide you’ll learn:
- How to build a relationship with a co‑teacher
- Best practices for remote and in-person co‑teaching
- The six primary models of effective co‑teaching
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