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Reaching and Co-Teaching Your Students
Reaching and Co-Teaching Your Students

Many inclusion classrooms today value co-teaching to meet the needs of children with disabilities. Servicing students through this model, rather than pull-out programs, affords students with disabilities increased exposure to the grade-level curriculum alongside their peers with the expertise and monitoring offered by two trained educators. Special education (SE) and general education (GE) teachers, along with administrators, support staff, students, and families, are all stakeholders who collaborate to achieve successful student outcomes. As shown in this chapter, classroom lessons and objectives are shared, structured, and differentiated to offer whole-class, small-group, and individualized instruction from the preschool to adolescent level for students who may have different learning levels and cultural backgrounds. This model allows students to ...

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