Say “I do!” to greater learning success for students at all levels!
Based on the author’s extensive experience, this lighthearted, highly practical, and teacher-friendly resource uses the metaphor of marriage to help general education teachers and special service providers successfully set up, conduct, and maintain co-teaching partnerships. Chapters include:
- Field-tested instructional and behavioral strategies
- Case studies and scenarios of co-teachers in action
- Self-assessments to determine teachers’ readiness for the next step
- Information on the administrator’s role and how to communicate with parents
- Numerous reproducibles, helpful Web sites, and a list of teacher resources
SAGE Publications; December 2009
- ISBN: 9781452208763
- Edition: 1
- Read online, or download in secure PDF or secure ePub format
- Title: Collaborative Teaching in Elementary Schools
- Author: Wendy Murawski (ed.)
In The Press
"I particularly love the analogy of a marriage and relationship that is woven throughout the book. While it is cute, it also works as a metaphor for co-teaching at all levels. The possibly unfamiliar process of getting to know each other, deciding to co-teach, making it work, and possibly having to end the co-teaching relationship all become easier to understand using the metaphors of dating, engagement, and counseling."