Teachers in both general and special education classrooms are being asked to collaborate to give all students access to the general education curriculum.
The challenge is that teachers receive very little training in how to work together to educate students successfully. Do you wonder how to get started, how much time it will take, and what the results will be? Collaborate, Communicate, and Differentiate! addresses those issues and more, taking collaboration out of the abstract and supplying easy-to-use strategies that apply to daily tasks such as
... Planning and differentiating instruction
...Communicating with families
...Using Universal Design for Learning to form instruction
...Assessing students with diverse backgrounds and abilities
...Coordinating with all staff members
This reader-friendly text ties each strategy to the goal of improving student outcomes. Included are vignettes, In a Nutshell and Eye on the Research quick-reference guides, reproducible forms, Principal Points to share with administrators, and a companion website. Educators who have wondered how to make collaboration reasonable, feasible, and time-efficient will find the answers in this book.
184 pages. 2011
Together, we're always better. More fun, too.