Dr. Maura Hart has over 25 years experience supporting teachers and administrators in their professional learning journeys in her work with education graduate study students, pre-service teachers, and facilitation of teams at the school, district, and state level in the cycle of continuous improvement. Dr. Hart began her career as a middle and high school Language Arts and English teacher in NH and VT. Recently, Dr. Hart served as a member of the SWIFT Center (Schoolwide Integrated Framework for Transformation) providing assistance and training in Coaching to educators in the northeast and nationally. Currently, Dr. Hart is a Technical Assistance provider at the UNH SWIFT Education Center Satellite, at the Institute on Disability. She lives in the Upper Valley on a small farm with her husband and 2 teenage daughters.
Co-Teaching in the General Education Classroom
This workshop will engage participants in the pragmatic constructs of co-teaching. Participants will learn the essential elements of successful co-teaching practices, including strategies to develop and maintain strong partnerships and instructional approaches conducive to a co-teaching classroom. Co-teaching teams will have the opportunity to build their relationship and plan together for the upcoming school year.
- Knowledge and understanding of the constructs and essential elements of co-teaching
- Interpersonal practices and strategies to develop and maintain co-teaching partnerships
- Evidence-Based instruction practices to use in a co-teaching classroom
Please Note: Participants have the option of choosing to engage follow-up coaching Technical Assistance during the school year.
Who Should Attend
This course is intended for teachers and administrators who have an interest in developing their knowledge, skill set, and dispositions to be effective coaches and teacher-leaders.
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