Collaboration/Co-Teaching

“It’s more important than ever that educators collaborate to continually improve and support the success of each learner”  Dr. Gene Carter (ASCD)

Thank you for visiting the Collaboration page for information, resources and helpful links on Collaboration and Co-Teaching.

I welcome the opportunity to work with you!

Laura Clarke

Dr. Laura Clarke has over 10 years of experience supporting students with disabilities, teaching pre-service and practicing teachers at universities in the tri-state area. Laura has her Director of Special Education, Learning and Behavior Disorders, Moderate to Severe Disabilities, Interdisciplinary Early Childhood certifications and has taught in self-contained, resource, and co-teaching classrooms.
Laura has presented at regional, state, national conferences and has published articles in Teaching Exceptional Children, Beyond Behavior, Teacher Education and Special Education, Kentucky Teacher Education Journal.  She looks forward to sharing her experiences supporting teachers and students with disabilities with the Northern Kentucky community.

 

 

 

Helpful Websites

Co-Teaching Connection – Dr. Marilyn Friend

Helpful Resources

KDE Co-Teaching Q&A 2011

Co-Teaching-Approaches

Co-Teaching Planning Protocol

Co-Teaching Lesson Plan Template

Co-Teaching in the Classroom: What Teachers Need to Know

Books & DVDs

Co-Teach!      Power of Two      Including Students with Special Needs      Power of Two 2nd Ed.

Training and Technical Assistance Offered

Co-Teaching Overview

Co-Teaching Approaches

Co-Teaching Walkthrough/Observation

Contact Laura Clarke