Co-Teaching Do’s, Don’ts, & Do Betters

Together general and special educators, administrators, and related staff support each other and  their students to create shared learning environments.This includes setting up co-teaching norms and expectations for planning, instructing, observing, assessing, documenting, and reflecting. Learners then receive, not only access to the general education curriculum, but ongoing inclusive  achievements with the facilitation of two qualified professionals. These resources invite you to explore the co-teaching spokes that empower both educators and students!

Resources for Evidence-Based Practices to Support the Co-Teaching Spokes

* Accommodation Central:


*Building on the Strengths of Students with Special Needs: Move Beyond Disability Labels: Karten, ASCD


*Co-Teaching Do’s, Don’ts, & Do Betters: Karten & Murawski, ASCD

* Council for Exceptional Children:

* High-Leverage Practices in Special Education:

*Inclusion Do’s, Don’ts, & Do Betters: Karten, ASCD

*Inclusion Strategies & Interventions: Karten: Solution Tree

*Inclusion  Strategies That Work! Karten:Corwin Press

* Learning Designed:

* Learning Forward:

*Mindfulness for the Inclusive Classroom: National Professional Resources

* Multicultural Pavilion:

* National Council of Teachers of English:

* National Council of Teachers of Mathematics:

*Specially Designed Instruction

* Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports:

* The UDL Guidelines:

* Vanderbilt University Center for Teaching:

* What Works Clearinghouse:

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