Co-Teaching Book of Lists

ISBN-10: 1118017447
ISBN-13: 9781118017449
Edition: 2012
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List price: $23.99
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Limited
Publication date: 6/29/2012
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 288
Size: 8.50" wide x 11.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.760

The Co-Teaching Book of Lists provides educators with practical techniques and ideas to make the co-teaching process more successful. Veteran educator and popular teacher trainer Kathy Perez offers teachers a practical and user-friendly reference for the co-taught classroom. Coverage includes: roles and responsibilities, setting up the classroom; establishing classroom climate; effective accommodations and modifications for students; goal-setting; negotiating conflicts; scheduling issues; and more. This easily accessible guide presents numerous positive and ready-to-use ideas for collaborative teaching and student success.Praise for Perez’s More Than 100 Brain-Friendly Tools and Strategies for Literacy Instruction“This is a fabulous book! Hundreds of activities that can be implemented at no cost. Buy it, use it, and allow the genius of Kathy Perez to rub off on you.” --Harry K. Wong“The book is well-organized and covers important components for reading. This is a major contribution to the recent literature on reading and brain-based teaching.” --Marilee Sprenger 

Harry K. Wong is an educator, an acknowledged expert on instructional methods, and a best-selling author. His The First Days of School: How to be an Effective Teacher has sold over 750,000 copies to prospective, new, and veteran teachers. For this book, Dr. Wong draws on his background as a well-known presenter at workshops and conferences for teachers, as well as his own classroom experience as a science teacher. The book is acclaimed for being both a theoretical and practical guide and Wong presents an integrated philosophy based on three characteristics of effective teachers: classroom management, teaching for mastery, and creating positive expectations. It also includes everyday, practical, classroom tested techniques. Wong's expertise is also available in videos designed to be used for teacher training and staff development in-services. The Effective Teacher (1991), a series of eight videocassettes, features common-sense, research-based, noncontroversial information and techniques. He has also used the video format in Inducting New Teachers Into the Profession (1991). How You Can Be a Super Successful Teacher (1984) can be found on audiocassette. Dr. Harry K. Wong is married to Rosemary (Tripi) Wong, his co-author, collaborator, and co-founder of the Harry K. Wong Publishing Co. of Sunnyvale, Calif.

About the Author
Acknowledgments
Foreword
Preface
Introduction
Co-Teaching in a Nutshell
Characteristics of Co-Teaching
What Co-Teaching Is
What Co-Teaching Is Not
Framework for Co-Teaching
How Co-Teaching Benefits Teachers
Advantages for the General Education Teacher
Advantages for the Special Education Teacher
Advantages of Co-Teaching for Students
Advantages for the General Education Student
Advantages for the Special Education Student
Considerations for Starting a New Co-Teaching Initiative
Where Does Co-Teaching Take Place?
Terms Co-Teachers Need to Know
Opening Assumptions for Co-Teaching
A Co-Teaching Anticipation Guide
The Beginning Stages of Co-Teaching
Co-Teaching Models
One Teach, One Observe
One Teach, One Drift
One Teach, One Assist or Support
Team Teaching
Station Teaching
Parallel Teaching
Alternative Teaching
Skill Group Teaching
Speak and Add Model
Duet Teaching
Adapting Curriculum Approach
Learning Styles Approach
Checking in: Applying the Approaches
Co-Teaching Approaches: An Action Plan
Applying the Models: Develop and Do
Where Do You Start?
First Steps for Beginning the Co-Teaching Experience
Second Steps
Preparing for Co-Teaching: A Checklist to Review
Preparing to Teach Together
Co-Teaching Planning Pointers
Ongoing Implementation
Co-Planning Tips and Tricks
Maximizing Lesson Planning Time
Co-Teaching Weekly Planning Guide
Practical Planning Pointers
Planning a Co-Taught Unit
Co-Teaching Planning Form
Reviewing the Co-Planning Process
Co-Teaching Roles and Responsibilities
Determining Roles and Responsibilities
Role Clarity
Sample Co-Teaching Duties
Introducing the Co-Teaching Team
Who Does What in a Co-Taught Classroom?
Communication Issues and Co-Teaching
Conversation Starters
Communication Tips and Techniques
Collaboration Is the Key
Ways to Ease in a Special Educator as a Partner in the Classroom
A Blueprint for Collaborative Teaching
Where Do You Go? A Co-Teaching Road Map
Scheduling Considerations for Co-Teaching
Effective Methods for Placing Students in a Co-Taught Classroom
Finding Time to Plan
Co-Teaching Daily Lesson Plans
Expanding Planning Time for Co-Teaching
Using Planning Time Effectively
Application: Putting Planning into Action
Co-Planning Agenda Tips
Procedures and Routines
Scheduling Co-Teaching
Collaboration: Working as a Team
What Is a Team?
Characteristics of Co-Teaching Teams
Forming an Effective Co-Teaching Team
Ingredients of Excellence for Your Co-Teaching Teams
Relationship Building Blocks
Team Preparation: What Do I Bring?
Team-Building Personality Preferences
Personality Style Activity
Co-Teaching Conversations
Co-Teaching Decision Making
Potential Challenges
Overcoming Roadblocks: Solutions
Dealing with Conflict
Steps to Take
Communication and Accountability Tools
Checking In: How Is Our Co-Teaching Going?
Collaborative Problem-Solving Worksheet
Organizing and Planning for Success
Celebrating All Learners: Strategies for Success
Helpful Online Resources
Physical Organization
Strategies for Flexible Grouping
Small-Group Strategies
Working Together for Small-Group Success
Advantages of Small-Group Instruction
Small-Group Planning
Points to Ponder: Large-Group Instruction
Planning for Large-Group Instruction
Independent Student Work
Goal Setting: Keeping Score
Choices, Not Chance, in Your Curriculum
Procedures and Routines
Co-Teaching Conversations
Routines That Are Important for Co-Teachers to Share
Looking at Your Classroom from a Student’s Perspective
Additional Procedure Pointers
Supporting Student Behavior
Classroom Rules That Work
Behavior Intervention Worksheet
Student Survey
How Are You Smart? Multiple Intelligences Survey
Schoolwide Organization: Administrative Issues
Schoolwide Issues
Barriers to Successful Co-Teaching
Professional Development Issues
Scheduling Issues
Effective Methods for Placing Students
Techniques for Classroom Caseloads
Guiding Principles
Student Study Teams: A Pre-Referral Strategy
Student Study Team Guidelines
Roles and Responsibilities of Team Members
How Administrators Can Support Co-Teaching
Other Ways Administrators Can Support the Co-Teaching Team
Observing Co-Teachers
Providing Feedback
Co-Teaching Observation Form
Accommodations and Modifications That Make a Difference
What Are Accommodations, Modifications, and Interventions?
Modification Versus Differential Standard
Accommodations and Modifications Log
Accommodations or Modifications?
Adapting Instruction Flow Chart
Planning Guide to Curriculum Modifications
Modifications ‘‘On the Move’’
Co-Teacher Communication Cards
Checklist of Accommodations and Modifications
Focus on Curriculum Adaptations
Adaptation Application Activity
Strategies for Supporting Students with Special Needs in the General Education Classroom
A Closer Look at Special Needs Challenges and Choices for Co-Teaching
I Have a Student Who...: What to Do?
Modifications Based on Students’ Learning Styles
Adaptations and Modifications Chart
Class List: Adaptation Chart and Learning Profile
Evaluation Process in a Co-Taught Classroom
Accommodations for Testing in a Co-Taught Classroom
Revising Grading Procedures
Instructional Strategies for Different Types of Learners
Getting Started with Strategies That Make a Difference
Engaging Strategies for Co-Teaching
Your Multiple Intelligences Toolkit
Product Possibilities
Think-Tac-Toe Choice Menus of Activities
Think-Tac-Toe Activity Board
Vocabulary Bingo
Book Report Activity Board
Cubing
Cubing in the Content Areas
‘‘Let ’em Roll’’: Cubing Task Cards
Bloom’s Building Blocks
Cubing Pattern
Cubing Companion Activity Sheet
Bloom’s Taxonomy
Graphic Organizers
Why Use Graphic Organizers?
How Do You Use Graphic Organizers?
Herringbone Graphic Organizer
Double-Entry Journal
Learning Centers
Centers Planning Guide
Keeping Students on Target
Learning Contract
Anchor Activities
Activating Strategies
Techniques to Set the Stage for Learning
Strategies to Support Learning During Instruction
A Closer Look: During-Instruction Strategies
After-Reading Strategies
Summarizer Activities to Reflect on Learning
Culminating Review Games
Reflecting on Practice and Planning Tools
Maintaining an Effective Co-Teaching Partnership
Taking It One Step at a Time
Co-Instruction: Where Are You Now?
The Co-Teaching Rating Scale
Co-Teaching Road Map
Looking Ahead: Planning Guide
Student Profile
Making the Most of Lesson-Planning Time
Co-Planning Agenda Framework
Lesson Preparation Pointers
Co-Teaching Lesson Planning Worksheet
Co-Teaching Lesson Planning Template
Keeping Track
Appendix Questions for Discussion
Notes
Additional Resources
Index

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