Planning For Co-Teaching: Strategies & Tools to Ensure Success-HSU Course

Humboldt State University Subject & Catalog: EDUC x701
Class Number: 31264
Units: 1
Price: $115

In this post-baccalaureate course provided through Humboldt State University, you will learn about six co-teaching instructional models, as well as how to successfully implement co-teaching in your classroom. The course covers co-teaching from the initial planning stages, all the way through setting curriculum goals, making modifications as needed, the importance of assessment, and concludes with a self-reflection component.  Participants of this course will be provided with all the instruction, tools, and support needed to implement effective co-teaching in their classroom.

*This pricing includes Model Teaching’s course fee of $65 & Humboldt State University’s academic credit fee if $50.  You will only be charged $65 at registration.  To request your credits from Humboldt, you will submit your completion certificate and pay the remaining $50 at the completion of the course to receive your academic credit units.

Course Guiding Question:

How can I work successfully with a co-teacher to ensure that all students in our class are meeting their academic goals?

Participants Will Learn:

  • What co-teaching is and how it can benefit students
  • Six instructional models of co-teaching and when each model is most appropriate
  • Eight components of co-teaching and how to implement each one successfully

Shayna Pond, Instructor

Education:
M.S. Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
Baylor College of Medicine
Principal Certificate
Rice University
B.S. Physics
Louisiana State University
 
Experience & Credentials:
Over 10 Years of Teaching or Tutoring Experience
Former Assistant Principal
Former Lead Teacher
President of Action Potential Learning
 
STATE CERTIFIED TEACHER

1 Credit Unit

This course falls under Humboldt State University’s 700-799 numbering system, for the purposes of credential/licensure designed primarily for electives or professional development/salary advancement purposes.  At the conclusion of the course, Model Teaching will review your submitted content and send the results to Humboldt State University.  This course is for 1 Graduate Credit Unit and requires a minimum passage grade of 80%. Model Teaching is an accredited partner with Humboldt State University.  Upon course completion, you will receive a certificate of completion from Model Teaching, along with instructions to submit to Humboldt State University to receive your Academic Units.

Course Syllabus

Receive a copy of the course syllabus by submitting the form below. Once submitted, we automatically email you a copy.  The syllabus contains detailed and important information on the structure and core content of the course.

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Assessment Options Reference Guide

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Classroom Procedure & Compromise Plan and Sample

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Consequences Plan & Sample

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Co-Teaching Self Reflection

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Effectiveness Rubric

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Meeting Agenda Planner

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Planning to Plan Tool & Sample

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Assessment Planner and Sample

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Common Modifications & Accommodations Reference Guide

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Co-Teaching Implementation Checklist

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Curriculum Goals & Modifications Planning Template and Sample

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Final Activity-Co-Teaching Plan of Action and Sample

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Personality Self-Assessment & Reflection Tool

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Routines & Procedures Evaluation Tool & Sample

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Choosing a Model Worksheet

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Conflict Resolution Worksheet

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Co-Teaching Relationship Stages Reference Guide

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Curriculum Knowledge Analysis and Sample

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Implementation Observation Checklist and Sample

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Physical Arrangement Checklist & Sample

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The 6 Co-Teaching Models Reference Guide

Register For The Course Now!

COURSE PRICE: $115.  This pricing includes Model Teaching’s course fee of $65 & Humboldt State University’s transcript fee if $50.  You will only be charged $65 at registration.  To request your credits from Humboldt, you will submit you completion certificate and pay the remaining $50 at the completion of the course to receive your academic credit units.