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* Group discounts & school/district-wide access are available *

2024-25 Co-Teaching Kickoff event only at Inclusion Rules

๐Ÿˆ Want to take your collaboration skills (e.g., planning, having productive conversations) to the next level?

๐Ÿˆ Interested in adding a bit of fun (or joy or novelty or energy) to your co-taught classroom?

๐Ÿˆ Need the basics (e.g., knowledge of tools and structures) to get started in a co-teaching relationship?

If you said "yes" to any of these questions join us at the 2024-25 Co-Teaching Kickoff, a jam-packed asynchronous professional development experience!

Register now and secure your spot in this must-attend event! All of this learning โ€œkicks offโ€ on August 1st.

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Lack of training is a barrier to success

Collaboration and co-teaching can be challenging, but it also is an essential element of inclusive schooling. Even when teachers do not team full time or only occasionally deliver instruction together, itโ€™s critical that they learn and polish skills that will help them meet the needs of students and enhance classroom lessons.This months-long asynchronous conference is focused on:

  • how two or more educators can plan for diverse groups of students
  • how two or more educators can deliver instruction in dozens of different ways (e.g., anchor teaching, project-based learning, parallel teaching, one teach-one support, stations, tic-tac-toe, one teach-one make multi-sensory, duet teaching, genius hour)
  • how teachers can team with general education teachers, special education teachers, multilingual teachers, and enrichment specialists
  • how educators can find support through collaboration
  • how collaboration can serve as on-the-spot professional development
  • how co-teaching can add novelty and fun to the daily work of educators