Posts Tagged ‘co-teaching’

Do you have a new teaching partner?

Will you be a co-teacher this year? Do you have a new teaching partner? Maybe you have the same teaching partner as before, but are looking to improve your collaboration? The Power of Inclusion 2-day workshop is for co-teaching partners. After this workshop, teachers and paraprofessionals will be able to implement six different co-teaching approaches. […]

Inclusion Institute 2015

Are you thinking about attending professional development this summer? Are you wanting to learn evidence-based strategies to increase student success? Are you interested in how to increase student motivation and effort? …YES! You need to attend the 2015 Inclusion Institute: New Frame of Mind. Join us June 11th for a one-day conference that will bring […]

Inclusion Institute Breakout Session Topics

You may have heard that Mindset Works will be at Inclusion Institute 2015, but you might also be wondering… Who else will be there? Apple and Accessibility with Megan Wilson and David Hernandez Solving Word Problems Using Schemas with Dr. Sarah Powell Reading for Understanding in the Content Areas with High School Students and with Elementary […]

Inclusion Institute 2015: New Frame of Mind

Do you have questions on how to grade students in special education? As a special educator do you fully understand your role in grading? At June 11th’s  Inclusion Institute 2015: New Frame of Mind, attend the session, I Don’t Give Grades, You Earn Them. In this session, teachers will explore what TEA says about grading exceptional […]

Inclusion Institute 2015

Are you looking to learn new ways to motivate students, teach explicitly, explore strategies to increase student achievement in core academic classes, and walk out with a  New Frame of Mind? If the answer is YES- then the 2015 Inclusion Institute is for you! Join us June 11th for an all-day institute of practical strategies […]

Time to get your learn on!

Pep Talk for teachers and students from Kid President. Continue to be more awesome! We are offering a Back to School Special for all of our districts and charter schools. Our September Special Education workshops will be offered for FREE when you register using discount code sept2014. Check out all of the great workshops we […]

Free Webinar with Inclusion Institute’s Keynote Speaker Susan Hentz

      Join us for a short 30 minute webinar where Susan Hentz, author of Collaborate Smart: Practical Strategies and Tools for Educators, will be sharing her tips for learning centers and flexible groups in collaboratively taught classroom. Susan will be our keynote speaker this year for Inclusion Institute: Great Expectations. Learning Centers and […]

Co-Teaching: Moving Beyond One Teaching, One Assisting

  “To utilize another form of co-teaching, Ms. Bennett will frontload vocabulary words by working with a small group of struggling students, while Ms. Myers introduces the warm-up activity to the majority of the class. ” Read the rest of the article below: http://education.wm.edu/centers/ttac/resources/articles/consultcollaborate/coteachingmovingbeyond/index.php

Straddling the Co-Teaching Fence

Small groups should be the focus of a lesson, not an afterthought. In my fourth grade classroom, most of our students are far more successful when they are taught in small groups than when we try to teach the whole class at once. Interesting blog post here from Johnny Cataffo, from Mansfield ISD: http://www.middleweb.com/10884/straddling-co-teaching-fence/

Inclusion Resources

The Region 13 AGC team would like to wish everyone a happy, safe, and fun summer break. We know we’ll see many of you here for workshops and institutes throughout the summer, and we would also like to share some valuable resources. Statewide Guidance Documents: Co-Teaching Guidelines Least Restrictive Environment IEP Annual Goal Development These […]

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