Johnny Cataffo, our first guest blogger at Two Teachers in the Room, has filled both the special and general educator role in the co-teaching partnership.
Special educator Elizabeth Stein has championed higher Common Core standards for her inclusion students but is beginning to question the relentless pace.
Co-teachers need to become connected educators, says Elizabeth Stein, and also apply the spirit of connectedness to collaborations in their own schools.
Elizabeth Stein details her work with a colleague in an English Language Arts classroom as they search for co-teaching models to best support the Common Core.
Master the Common Core curriculum, co-teach four subjects & keep up with IEPs? It’s a reality check, but Elizabeth Stein is ready for the challenge.
In inclusion classrooms, connections with parents should grow out of policies and decisions co-teachers make together, says special educator Elizabeth Stein.
In the 2nd of two posts about establishing a harmonious co-teaching partnership at year’s start, Elizabeth Stein looks at effective instructional practices.
In the first of two posts about co-teaching in the new school year, Elizabeth Stein identifies her top priority for 2013-14: building strong co-teacher relationships.
Learning styles theory is not an effective way to design lessons for diverse learners, says special educator Elizabeth Stein. Teachers need better glue.