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.
Author: Elizabeth Stein
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. Answer four guiding questions and you’re well on your way!
Learning styles theory is not an effective way to design lessons for diverse learners, says special educator Elizabeth Stein. Teachers need better glue.
Through skill-sharing, collaboration & scaffolding, general & special educators can help most students meet CCSS, says Elizabeth Stein.
A powerful insight by John Dewey can unite teachers across the past, present and future and continues to inspire and energize special educator Elizabeth Stein.
How is the Universal Design for Learning like a trip to the beach with 30 friends and relatives? We can count on Two Teachers blogger Elizabeth Stein to tell us!
As the school year cycles to a close, it’s time for dedicated teachers to reflect on their practice and their coteaching partnerships, says Elizabeth Stein.
Framing lessons through the lens of the Universal Design for Learning isn’t about more time so much as it is about more strategic thinking, says Elizabeth Stein.