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Working in Teams:
A Shared
Responsibility
A Whole Group Discussion
Articles
 We will review assigned reading articles.
Please have them ready to reference and
make comments about them thro...
Co-Teaching: Getting to Know Your
Partner
by Jane Sileo
 Getting Started: the
relationship building
stage.
 Effective
Co...
Planning: the Co-teaching
Stage
 Define who:
 Plans and teaches the
lessons.
 Prepares and organizes
instructional mate...
Description of Co-Teaching
Structures
 One Teach, One Observe
 Parallel Teaching
 Station Teaching
 Alternative Teachi...
Problem Solving the Ongoing
Relationship Stage
 (See the example in the article),
 Step 1: Identify the Issues
 Step 2:...
Share with a partner how you
would implement the 3 stages.
 Relationship-building stage.
 Co-Teaching stage.
 On-going ...
Strengthen Your Co-teaching
Relationship by Jan Stivers
 Please reference your article for whole group
discussion.
Planning and Instruction
 Set aside large blocks of time for
planning.
 Adapt planning tools to suit your
needs.
 Lobby...
Assessment
 Give and get feedback,
twice as fast.
 Clarify your understanding of
each other’s grading
expectations.
 Ex...
Enhancing Your Partnership
 Recognize the little things that
can mean a lot.
 Pay attention to parity.
 Acknowledge pro...
Extending Your Reach
 Attend a professional development
workshop together.
 Model collaborative skills.
 Volunteer to s...
Maintaining Perspective
 Honor your sense of humor.
 Create a mission statement.
 Reminder: It is not a marriage.
Partner Share
 What would you do to strengthen your
co-teaching relationship?
Working Together
in Collaboration,
Consultation, and
Teams
A Presentation
Beginnings
 Working together in teamwork probably
began around cave fires ages ago.
 Over time, people have improved the...
Teacher Isolation in the Past
 In the past, teachers worked alone in their
classrooms for the most part.
 In more recent...
Why work together as
educators?
 Consultation and collaboration helps us
achieve common goals.
 Processes of sharing exp...
Consultation
 An interactive process in which school
personnel in general education and special
education, related servic...
Co-Educators
 Co-educators are persons who
collaborate, consult, and work as a team
to provide appropriate learning
exper...
Teamwork
 In the collaborative school environment is
the process by which a group of co-
educators work to address common...
Group work
 Group 1: Describe consultation and how it
works.
 Group 2: Describe collaborative co-
education and what tha...
A List of Some of the Things Educators
May Be Observed Doing
 Discussing students’ needs with co-educators and
planning w...
Motivation for Working
Collaboratively
 Reports from school districts throughout the
U.S. identify collaboration as a key...
No Child Left Behind (NCLB)
 Used high stakes testing in reading and
math
 Inclusion of children with disabilities in th...
Common Core Standards of
2012
 Relevance to special education:
 Skills to articulate a personal philosophy of
special ed...
Technology for Working
Together Effectively
 Gathering and sharing information.
 Communicating with co-educators in
scho...
Ethics for Working Together as
Co-Educators
 An ethical climate for collaborative
school consultation and teamwork calls
...
Activity
 Assigning responsibilities.
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  1. 1. Working in Teams: A Shared Responsibility A Whole Group Discussion
  2. 2. Articles  We will review assigned reading articles. Please have them ready to reference and make comments about them throughout.
  3. 3. Co-Teaching: Getting to Know Your Partner by Jane Sileo  Getting Started: the relationship building stage.  Effective Communication is key to navigating professional relationships.  Unresolved issues interfere with efforts to collaborate on behalf of students – communication is key.
  4. 4. Planning: the Co-teaching Stage  Define who:  Plans and teaches the lessons.  Prepares and organizes instructional material.  Chooses co-teaching structures that complement the lessons and the students’ abilities.  Grades assignments.
  5. 5. Description of Co-Teaching Structures  One Teach, One Observe  Parallel Teaching  Station Teaching  Alternative Teaching  One Teach, One Assist  Team Teaching
  6. 6. Problem Solving the Ongoing Relationship Stage  (See the example in the article),  Step 1: Identify the Issues  Step 2: Develop alternative courses of action.  Step 3: Analyze the risks and benefits of each course of action.  Step 4: Choose a course of action.  Step 5: Take action.  Step 6: Evaluate results of the action  Step 7: Assume responsibility for the consequences, correct potentially negative consequences, or re-engage in the decision- making process.
  7. 7. Share with a partner how you would implement the 3 stages.  Relationship-building stage.  Co-Teaching stage.  On-going relationship stage.  What would the stages look like for you?
  8. 8. Strengthen Your Co-teaching Relationship by Jan Stivers  Please reference your article for whole group discussion.
  9. 9. Planning and Instruction  Set aside large blocks of time for planning.  Adapt planning tools to suit your needs.  Lobby for instructional materials that support coo-teaching.  Try new models of co-teaching  Use your time strategically.  Reexamine the layout of your classroom to be sure it continues to be well-suited to your evolving co- teaching practices.
  10. 10. Assessment  Give and get feedback, twice as fast.  Clarify your understanding of each other’s grading expectations.  Experiment with ways to share responsibility for grading.
  11. 11. Enhancing Your Partnership  Recognize the little things that can mean a lot.  Pay attention to parity.  Acknowledge problems early and honestly.  Address conflicts in a manner that is comfortable for both of you.  Learn to let it go.
  12. 12. Extending Your Reach  Attend a professional development workshop together.  Model collaborative skills.  Volunteer to serve as mentors to new co- teaching pairs.
  13. 13. Maintaining Perspective  Honor your sense of humor.  Create a mission statement.  Reminder: It is not a marriage.
  14. 14. Partner Share  What would you do to strengthen your co-teaching relationship?
  15. 15. Working Together in Collaboration, Consultation, and Teams A Presentation
  16. 16. Beginnings  Working together in teamwork probably began around cave fires ages ago.  Over time, people have improved their quality of life by working together.  Toddlers are expected to outgrow egocentrism and learn how to interact with others.
  17. 17. Teacher Isolation in the Past  In the past, teachers worked alone in their classrooms for the most part.  In more recent times, schools have become multidimensional centers of activity and much more social places.  Chunking of the typical school day insulates teachers from sources of ideas beyond their own background of experiences.
  18. 18. Why work together as educators?  Consultation and collaboration helps us achieve common goals.  Processes of sharing expertise and challenging basic assumptions can stimulate growth in exciting ways when colleagues team up as productive partners.
  19. 19. Consultation  An interactive process in which school personnel in general education and special education, related services and support personnel, families of students, and the students themselves are working together and sharing their diversity of knowledge and expertise in order to define needs and then plan, implement, assess, follow through and follow up on the ways of learning that learners develop to their fullest potential.
  20. 20. Co-Educators  Co-educators are persons who collaborate, consult, and work as a team to provide appropriate learning experiences for learners’ diverse needs. Co-education can be school based, such as teachers and related services or support personnel; home based, such as family members or caregivers for students, and community based in support roles.
  21. 21. Teamwork  In the collaborative school environment is the process by which a group of co- educators work to address common purposes and strive to achieve shared goals for the benefit and ultimate successes of children and youth.
  22. 22. Group work  Group 1: Describe consultation and how it works.  Group 2: Describe collaborative co- education and what that looks like.  Group 3: What is teamwork in an educational setting?  All groups: list some of the things they may be observed doing.
  23. 23. A List of Some of the Things Educators May Be Observed Doing  Discussing students’ needs with co-educators and planning ways of addressing those needs.  Listening to colleagues’ concerns about a particular teaching situation.  Recommending classroom alternatives as first-to- be-tried interventions for students with special learning and behavior needs.  Leading or participating in professional development activities that focus on special needs.  Networking with other educational professionals and agencies who can be resources for students’ needs and school improvements in general.
  24. 24. Motivation for Working Collaboratively  Reports from school districts throughout the U.S. identify collaboration as a key variable in the successful implementation of inclusive education.  Collaborators do not compromise and cooperate as much as they confer and concur.  Collaborators need models that provide structure, practice, encouragement, and positive feedback in order to perform the sophisticated and demanding functions called for in collaborative school consultation.
  25. 25. No Child Left Behind (NCLB)  Used high stakes testing in reading and math  Inclusion of children with disabilities in the testing scheme  Intensive preparation for the tests  High-profile reports of schools that made or failed to make adequate yearly progress (AYP)  Higher standards for teacher certification
  26. 26. Common Core Standards of 2012  Relevance to special education:  Skills to articulate a personal philosophy of special education.  Roles of individuals with exceptional learning needs in planning individualized programs.  Models and strategies for consultation and collaboration.  Several other measures focusing on assessment, communication, para-educators, and families.
  27. 27. Technology for Working Together Effectively  Gathering and sharing information.  Communicating with co-educators in schools, homes, and communities.  Developing resources for curriculum and instruction  Organizing and managing data  Networking with co-educators and support services
  28. 28. Ethics for Working Together as Co-Educators  An ethical climate for collaborative school consultation and teamwork calls for a system of values and principles in which beliefs and actions about working together will guide practices and inspire excellence.  Collaborators must create environments in which respect and caring characterize their professional interactions.
  29. 29. Activity  Assigning responsibilities.

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