Comparing the co-teaching relationship to a marriage, this resource offers a lighthearted yet comprehensive perspective on setting up, conducting, and maintaining a successful co-teaching partnership.

Playing Nicely with the other Parents

Playing nicely with the other parents

Co-Teaching's Role with other School-Improvement Initiatives

A frequent and legitimate concern of teachers is that there are so many initiatives that come and go in schools, it is difficult to determine which initiatives are going to stay and which are going to be a comet, coursing brightly for a short period of time and then disappearing altogether, or at least until it reappears years later. As Lisa Dieker and I stated in our article on “Tips and Strategies for Co-Teaching at the Secondary Level” in Teaching Exceptional Children (2004), “Faculty in secondary schools are well acquainted with change. New mandates or approaches are often introduced at the beginning of a school year with the announcement ...

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