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Co-teaching: what it is and what it isn’t. By Mary E. Ford, EdD. Objectives for Today. Co-teaching:. 1. What is co-teaching and why is it an option for educating EC and at-risk students?

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Objectives for today
Objectives for Today

  • Co-teaching:

  • 1. What is co-teaching and why is it an option for educating EC and at-risk students?

  • 2.What is expected from the general ed teacher and the special education teacher(six co-teaching models and variations).

  • What are the most common issues relating to co- teaching?


Inclusion
Inclusion

Collaborative Model

  • The regular and special education teacher work

    together to teach students in a shared classroom

    Models :

  • Parallel Teaching

  • Station Teaching

  • Alternative Teaching

  • Co-TeachingDaack, 1999


Differentiation of instruction
Differentiation of instruction

  • With inclusion, co-teaching and the mandate for access to the general curriculum evolved the concept of differentiation of instruction.

  • What are some ways you can “differentiate” instruction? Keeping Bloom’s Taxonomy in mind,,,

  • The following are some examples:


Think tac toe

Think Tac Toe


Adapted from fulfilling the promise of the differentiated classroom carol ann tomlinson ascd 2003

Think-Tac-Toe plays off the familiar childhood game. It is a simple way to give students alternative ways of exploring and expressing key ideas and using key skills.

Typically, the Think-Tac-Toe grid has nine cells in it like a Tic-Tac-Toe game. The number of rows and cells can, of course, be adjusted.

Adapted from Fulfilling the Promise of the Differentiated Classroom, Carol Ann Tomlinson, ASCD 2003


Adapted from fulfilling the promise of the differentiated classroom carol ann tomlinson ascd 20031
Adapted from Fulfilling the Promise of the Differentiated Classroom, Carol Ann Tomlinson, ASCD 2003

  • As with related strategies, it is important that no matter which choices students make, they must grapple with the key ideas and use the keys skills central to the topic or area of study.

  • In other words, whichever choices the student makes, he/she should be addressing the same KUDs as the others


Learning contract think tac toe ancient civilizations grade 6
Learning Contract----Think Tac Toe Classroom, Carol Ann Tomlinson, ASCD 2003Ancient Civilizations – Grade 6

GEOGRAPHY

IMPORTANT PEOPLE

CONTRIBUTIONS

Charles Kyle & Kathy Reed * Illinois


Novel Think Tac-Toe Classroom, Carol Ann Tomlinson, ASCD 2003Directions: Select and complete one activity from each horizontal row to help you and others think about your novel. Remember to make your work thoughtful, original, rich with detail, and accurate.

Novel Title: ____________________ Author:_______________________

Activities Selected: _______, _____, _____

Student: ______________________


Novel Think Tac-Toe Classroom, Carol Ann Tomlinson, ASCD 2003Directions: Select and complete one activity from each horizontal row to help you and others think about your novel. Remember to make your work thoughtful, original, rich with detail, and accurate.

Novel Title: ____________________ Author:_______________________

Activities Selected: _______, _____, _____

Student: ______________________


Http www doe in gov exceptional gt tiered curriculum
http://www.doe.in.gov/exceptional/gt/tiered_curriculum/ Classroom, Carol Ann Tomlinson, ASCD 2003


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http://www.doe.in.gov/exceptional/gt/tiered_curriculum/ Classroom, Carol Ann Tomlinson, ASCD 2003


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