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Co-Teaching for Success in the Classroom - #ILS19009

Graduate-Level Credit / Non-Credit Hours
3 Semester Credits, 5 Quarter Credits, or 45 Clock Hours

Course Description

This course provides participants with a solid framework for planning, implementing and maintaining successful co-teaching relationships that improve the learning instruction of all students.  Participants will reflect on the definition of co-teaching, components of the co-teaching relationship, examine a variety of co-teaching models and how they support student learning, and evaluate their current co-teaching programs.  Participants will leave the course knowing several co-teaching practices between general and special education teachers, as well as, between two general education teachers in the same classroom, and how to effectively work as a co-teaching partner to create opportunities for success for all learners.

Global Goals of the Course

  1. To examine current research in the area of best practice of co-teaching instruction (NBPTS 3,4)
  2. To develop an understanding of the need for effective co-teaching relationships in today’s classroom (NBPTS 1,3,4)
  3. To analyze current co-teaching instructional practices in order to create engaged practices to better support student learning (NBPTS 1,3,4)
  4. To explore possible applications of co-teaching models in the classroom (NBPTS 1,2,3,4)
  5. To synthesize best practice co-teaching research and classroom applications (NBPTS 2,3,4)

Site based courses are delivered on-site in certain locations during a specific date range with a live instructor.

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07/08/19 - 07/12/19 New Lenox, IL
Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm