If you find yourself moving from one co-teaching situation to the next or being placed in a co-teaching situation for the first time, read veteran special educator Michele Simonetty’s useful advice for successful adaptation that assures all kids will learn.
Inclusion is a process—not a placement. Inclusion coach Elizabeth Stein highlights resources, including a new daily tip app, and discusses four keys to build an active and supportive environment where all students can gain ownership of their learning.
With the winter “read by the fire” season in full force, we offer a selection of 20 MiddleWeb posts that have garnered thousands of views apiece. They represent the wisdom & expertise of middle grades educators with a wide range of teaching experiences.
Educators need to move beyond the dream of an idealized co-teaching experience, says instructional coach Elizabeth Stein. We need to make co-teaching work inside the reality of today’s schools. Stein believes the answer lies in Specially Designed Instruction.
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.
Student views of co-teaching & inclusion are shaped by what they see, as these 7th grade voices shared by Two Teachers blogger Elizabeth Stein show.
We’re excited to launch Two Teacher in the Room, our new blog on co-teaching, authored by NBCTs Elizabeth Stein & Laurie Wasserman. Read their first post!
Special educators share many of the same challenges all teachers face, says teacher and instructional coach Elizabeth Stein. They also share the same guiding question, “What can I do for children?” Included: Managing the co-teaching relationship.