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2009 sig spdg regional meeting october 1 2009

Maryland State Department of EducationDivision of Special Education/Early Intervention Services Co-Teaching Initiative: Improving LRE and Student Achievement

2009 SIG/SPDG Regional Meeting

October 1, 2009


Guiding Question

What does it take to build a state, district, school and classroom culture where Co-Teaching can flourish?



Issues solutions
Issues & Solutions


A consistent approach
A Consistent Approach

  • Statewide Framework:

    • Definition of Co-Teaching for Maryland

    • Direction for enhancing instruction by providing access for students with disabilities

    • Guidance for quality implementation

    • Support for strategic planning in the district, school and classroom for all learners


State definition
State Definition

Co-Teaching is a collaborative partnership between a generalist and a specialist who have shared accountability and ownership for planning and delivering instruction and assessment to all students within a classroom environment.


Maryland s co teaching network
Maryland’s Co-Teaching Network

  • Collaborative Initiative Between General and Special Education

  • Tools and Resources Related Specifically to Implementing Co-Teaching and Ensuring Fidelity

  • Online Co-Teaching Community


A shared ownership
A Shared Ownership

  • Purpose

  • Vision Statement

  • Mission Statement

  • Co-Teaching Implementation Roles for:

    • State Department Administration

    • Central Office Administration

    • School-Based Administration

    • General and Special Educators


A shared responsibility
AShared Responsibility


Building a culture of collaboration
Building a Culture of Collaboration

  • Division of Special Education/Early Intervention Services

  • Statewide System of Support-Breakthrough Center

  • Division of Instruction

  • Division for Leadership Development

  • Local School Systems, Schools, Classrooms

  • Johns Hopkins University, Center for Technology in Education


Contacts
Contacts

  • Sharon A. West, SPDG Project Director [email protected]

  • Fran Sorin, Co-Teaching Network Chairperson

    [email protected]

  • Robert Glascock, Breakthrough Center

    [email protected]

  • Paul Dunford, Division for Leadership Development

    [email protected]


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