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Making Co-Teaching Stick:  Sustainable Practices for Collaborative Instruction

- Audience:  K-12 Educators


  •  Explore responses to issues that emerge in new and established co-teaching contexts. (i.e scheduling, measuring success, data collection).
  • Network with other teams to examine other ways to implement co-teaching.

Important Session Information:

Co-teaching models and co-planning practices unlock much of the potential of co-teaching, but it can be challenging to make the practices stick. Sometimes encountered obstacles stall implementation of the work. What strategies can be employed when co-teaching efforts fall flat?  How is the success of co-teaching measured?

Join Allison Curran , former general education teacher, and Teresa Clevidence, former intervention specialist, and explore ways to tackle the issues that are holding back the process of co-teaching.

Send a team of 4 or more for a discounted fee of $119 each.  Use promocode teamof4 each time a person registers.

Registration ends at 12:00 AM on Thursday, January 30, 2020
Session ID:
39508
Credits Available:
(12) Contact Hours
Seats Available:
40
Fee:
$129.00
Contact Person:
Allison Curran
Instructor(s):
Allison Curran
Teresa Clevidence
Date Time Location
1/29/2020 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM Great Oaks JVSD - iSPACE Center - Studio
3254 East Kemper Road, Cincinnati, 45241




11083 Hamilton Avenue Cincinnati, OH 45231