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Mentoring teacher candidates using co-teaching Workshop 1 | Co-Teaching Foundations

The co-teaching foundations online workshop provides background information about the TERI initiative and co-teaching with a focus on the following elements:

  • Understanding how co-teaching as a student model came to be
  • Articulate how the co-teaching model differs from the traditional model
  • Identify key research findings and reasons for co-teaching
  • Use common language for co-teaching
  • Implement co-teaching strategies and co-planning strategies
  • Identify roles of triad members
  • Offer ideas to create a welcoming environment for co-teaching

The co-teaching foundations online workshop provides background information about the TERI initiative and co-teaching

Generally, it takes 1.5-2 hours to review workshop materials and activities. Upon completion of this workshop, you will be able to submit a short reflection form and download your CEU certificate (2 units).

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Contact us

Questions and comments about the UMN-TC Partner Network and co-teaching as part of TERI should be directed to:

Kathy Bryn, Coordinator of Elementary Partnerships
Office of Teacher Education
byrn0039@umn.edu

Amy Jo Lundell, Coordinator of Clinical Partnerships
Office of Teacher Education
lunde037@umn.edu

Kelly Meyer, School Partner Network Coordinator
Office of Teacher Education
meyerk@umn.edu

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