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Louisiana’s Co-Teaching Resource Guide Part 3- Results/Effectiveness. Kristina Braud, Literacy Goal Office Melanie Lemoine, Louisiana State Improvement Grant Andrea Thompson, Literacy Goal Office. Guide’s Location: accessguide.doe.louisiana.gov/site%20documents/FINALcoteaching_guide.pdf.

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louisiana s co teaching resource guide part 3 results effectiveness
Louisiana’s Co-Teaching Resource Guide Part 3- Results/Effectiveness

Kristina Braud, Literacy Goal OfficeMelanie Lemoine, Louisiana State Improvement GrantAndrea Thompson, Literacy Goal Office

guide s location accessguide doe louisiana gov site 20documents finalcoteaching guide pdf
Guide’s Location:accessguide.doe.louisiana.gov/site%20documents/FINALcoteaching_guide.pdf
why measure co teaching efforts
Why Measure Co-Teaching Efforts
  • Student learning and academic growth are expected outcomes of effective co-teaching
  • Teachers’ instructional skills can improve
  • Academic data indicates effectiveness
  • Related data improvement indicates effectiveness
  • Student progress improves longitudinally
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Why Measure Co-Teaching Efforts
  • Informal instrument for co-teachers and their supervisors drive conversations
  • Documents the effectiveness of co-teaching classrooms
  • Helps focus on areas that need improvement, and pinpoints the component(s) affecting success
  • Directs professional development
what to measure
What to Measure
  • Administrative Support
  • Team Building
  • Planning
  • Implementation of co-teaching approaches
  • Student Outcomes
how to gather evidence on co teaching effectiveness
How to Gather Evidence on Co-Teaching Effectiveness
  • Rating Scale
  • Rubric
  • Reflective Guide
  • Administrator Walk-through
  • Co-teaching Observation Checklist
    • Quality Indicators –General and Approach-specific
co teaching observation checklist
Co-Teaching Observation Checklist
  • Quality Indicators
  • Snapshot of behaviors that drive conversations to adjust planning and implementation
  • Uses simultaneously for both co-teachers
support measure adjust
Support, Measure, Adjust
  • Ensure that teachers who are co-teaching receive professional development so they maximize the contribution of both partners. 
  • Use curriculum based and other measures that can document the amount of educational progress students (those with and without disabilities) make in co-taught classes.
essential elements to the change process
Essential Elements to the Change Process

Adapted from Knosler, in Pearl, n.d.

other resources in the guide
Other Resources in the Guide
  • Co-Teaching Connection
  • Access Center
  • Sample Lesson Plans
  • Data Profile (individual data summary)
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Other Resources in the Guide
  • 50 Ways to Keep Your Co-Teacher
  • The IRIS Center Council for Exceptional Children
    • (CEC Standards for Professional Practice)
  • IDEA – Individuals with Disabilities Act
  • INTASC – Interstate New Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium
final notes
Final Notes
  • Take baby steps rather than mass inclusion without proper support
  • Find pockets of promise and build
  • Utilize resources and links in the guide
  • Contact the Literacy Goal Office or LaSIG