Transitioning From College to Classroom Using Co-Teaching Programs
edWeb’s New Teacher Help community held a webinar on the benefits of using Co-Teaching programs. The practice of Co-Teaching or Team Teaching was at one time only used to help special education teachers teach students with learning disabilities. As time passed, it was discovered that Co-Teaching helped teachers in ALL settings. Many school districts are now using Co-Teaching to reduce the 50% attrition rate for novice teachers, as well as a technique for training pre-service teachers! Webinar presenter, Shannon Holden, Assistant Principal, Republic Middle School, MO, and new teacher coach, described the six most popular Co-Teaching models, and taught webinar attendees how to convince administrators it would be a good idea to implement Co-Teaching at their schools! Watch the webinar recording to learn more!
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New Teacher Help is a professional learning community (PLC) that helps new teachers get advice and support, and share experiences about the first years of teaching. The New Teacher Help PLC is a place where you can post questions, start discussions, and get feedback from experts and peers on the issues and challenges you facing starting out on a career in teaching. Stay connected, share ideas, and get support from other new teachers all across the country.
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