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Teaching in the Inclusive Classroom - Instructional Strategies for All Students - 3 Graduate Credits
This video is a preview of the video course, "Teaching in the Inclusive Classroom". This distance learning course is offered by several fully accredited universities for graduate credit. In this course, you will learn inclusive teaching techniques first hand with video visits to classrooms where teachers are successfully educating both general and special education students. Course learning activities will teach you how to design and implement curriculum modifications and activity adaptations based on the strengths and needs of your students. In this course, you will learn how to: 1) utilize differentiated instruction to benefit both general and special education students; 2) select, implement, and evaluate lesson modifications to accommodate the needs of students with physical, emotional, or intellectual disabilities; 3) offer choices to help students develop self-management skills; and 4) implement assessment strategies appropriate to your students individual abilities.
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INCLUSION: Collaborative Team Teaching (CTT) in 3rd Grade
Welcome to Our Promo for "INCLUSION: Collaborative Team Teaching (CTT) in 3rd Grade." Teachers Network is now also making available individual videos for either 24-hour rental or purchase via download. You may rent or purchase this and other videos at http://teachersnetworkonline.org/store.
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Collaboration of Special Education and General Education Teachers
In this video, various strategies will be given to help create a positive working environment between both special education and general education teachers. The video initially begins with stating the importance of collaboratively lesson planning together. It is also noted that school districts should afford time for both the special education and general education to work together. Communication between both teachers is also an essential component of collaboration. Next, both teachers should help one another out by providing their respective expertise to each other. It is also important that they provide an united front. And lastly, they must assess the effectiveness of their working relationship. After the assessment, they can make adjustments to the relationships.
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Teacher Collaboration: Spreading Best Practices School-Wide
At Wildwood IB World Magnet School, teacher collaboration fosters a supportive professional culture, lessens teacher conflict, and provides students with school-wide best practices. Wildwood IB World Magnet School GRADES K-8 | CHICAGO, IL Explore more resources from this school: https://www.edutopia.org/school/wildwood-ib-world-magnet-school
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Webinar: Planning for an Inclusive Classroom
When teachers open their classroom doors this new school year, they’ll be welcoming students with a variety of experiences, strengths, and challenges. A few children in your new class might have disabilities or developmental delays that impact their learning, social skills, or behavior. Watch this webinar to uncover how to best understand and implement inclusionary practices into the classroom that will help children with developmental delays or disabilities participate successfully alongside their peers. Learn more about our upcoming webinars and view archived presentations at www.naeyc.org/webinars
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Co-Teaching Model for Special Education
The Co-Teaching Model Special Education graduate demonstrates the benefits of collaborative classrooms for special needs children and for teachers.
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Supporting cultural and linguistic diversity in early childhood
Go inside an inclusive, culturally diverse preschool and watch the educators work together to embed children's home culture and languages in everyday preschool routines. See this excerpt from "Supporting Cultural and Linguistic Diversity in Early Intervention and Early Childhood Special Education: A Cross-Cultural Competence Video Library" by Deborah Chen, Ph.D., Michele Haney, Ph.D., & Annie Cox, M.A. For more, go to http://www.brookespublishing.com/chen-cald .
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Reading Trios from Making Inclusion More Successful, Bureau of Education and Research
A collaborative reading strategy to engage all students.
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Special Education Teaching : Teaching Students With Special Needs in Inclusive Classrooms
When teaching students with special needs in inclusive classrooms, many people employ team teaching techniques. Discover how kids with special needs often split their time with a homeroom and a teacher who provides individual instruction with help from a special education teacher in this free video on teaching students with special needs. Expert: Julie Peebles Bio: Julie Peebles graduated from Appalachian State University with a Bachelor of Science in special education and learning disabilities. Filmmaker: Rendered Communications
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Collaborative Learning in the Inclusion Classroom[Copy]
Collaborative Learning in the Inclusion Classroom By L. Edwards and A. Lewis
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Collaborative teaching and learning
Educators from secondary schools around Canterbury share their approach to collaborative teaching and learning.
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Ellerslie Campus, K-9: Inclusion Through Collaboration
Ellerslie Campus is a K-9 school with a school population that includes a large number of ELL students and students with diverse needs. An essential focus of the staff is on student-centred teacher collaboration using the pyramid of intervention to improve the engagement, participation and achievement of all students. This learner-centered collaboration leads to a pyramid of intervention response, and is managed through the principles of universal design. At Ellerslie, the culture of collaboration is designed to impact teachers' planning and assessment through a lens focused on evidence of student learning to build teacher capacity, determining needs and creating learning opportunities to differentiate instruction. The Professional Learning Community at Ellerslie Campus centres around three big ideas and four questions. Big Ideas: Focus on Learning (rather that Teaching) Focus on Collaboration (on the right things) Focus on Results (formative assessment) Questions: What is it we expect our students to learn? How will we know when they have learned it? What will we do when they have not learned it? What will we do when they have learned it? View the Inclusive Learning: Everyone's In Learning Guide at http://goo.gl/w33Jx2
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FDK Collaborative Teaching
U-46 Full-Day Kindergarten (FDK) Teachers Practice Collaborative Approach for Best Outcomes.
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Collaborative teaching
Following a joint planning session, an EAL teacher leads a section of a lesson on volcanoes, looking at the sequence of events leading to an eruption.
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Collaborative Tam Teaching
This is a Powerpoint that highlights the importance of CTT and UDL to support an inclusive classroom
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Inclusion in General Education Classrooms
TCH 204 Final Project
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Classroom Resources For Inclusive Education
http://www.HandicapThis.com Making Minds Handicap Accessible - The Digital Classroom Experience has been five years in the making. Mike Berkson and Tim Wambach have traveled all over the United States sharing their message with almost 100,000 people (and counting!). They have performed their live stage show for grade schools, high schools, colleges, Fortune 500 companies, and non-profit organizations. They have even given a TED talk. What does this mean to you? Their message is battle tested… They have received rave reviews, standing ovations, and have been featured in over 250 newspapers across the globe. Students have become more active in community service and have treated their peers equally as a result of just one performance. The product that the Handicap This Productions team created is for both students and teachers. This online education tool brings streaming technology and practical in-classroom activities together in one amazing teaching resource. Teachers will access the information and distribute the information the best way they see fit. We offer the show at two separate grade levels: One track is for high schools, the other for middle schools and junior high schools. The high school product is a little more robust. It includes fully developed lesson plans, and uses social emotional learning strategies and common core concepts to fit all different kinds of learning styles. Your students will be problem solving, opening up their vocabulary, and learning in a fun and entertaining way. The show can be broken into modules or viewed in its' entirety. This is up to each teacher’s discretion. The middle school and junior high schools are provided thought provoking discussion questions and learning tools to engage all types of adolescences. There will also be some bonus material that Mike and Tim share that you won't want to miss! Each school will have access to this revolutionary educational product for one school year. There is an additional option to bring Mike and Tim into your classroom through a Skype Chat or a Google Hangout as well! This is perfect for disability awareness month or disability awareness in general, but is immensely useful in supporting a more inclusive school culture year round! What is so incredible about this product is that it not only gives a strong platform and a voice for the students with disabilities, it opens the eyes of the able bodied students. The program is designed to create student advocates, special education advocates, and bring inclusion into every classroom. Help Mike and Tim change the face of education and create a positive change in millions of students lives. To find out more information - just visit their website at HandicapThis.com
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Planning for Full Participation and Learning in the Inclusive Class
As inclusive classrooms become the standard in education, how will you answer the call for classrooms and curricula that meet all students’ learning needs? If you love the idea of inclusion but aren’t sure how to make it happen, this webinar is for you! Using best practices in inclusive education, Dr. Cheryl Jorgensen will give you strategies for increasing student participation and learning through curriculum, collaboration with other professionals, and innovative use of today’s technology. For more on inclusive education, go to http://www.brookespublishing.com/resource-center/webinar-series/inclusive-education/
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SPE 551 Observation 2
This video is a collaborative lesson taught by a general education teacher and a special education teacher. The teachers in this lesson use the co-teaching strategy one teaching, one assisting.
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Collaboration strategy: Co-planning lessons
Katy talks about the opportunity she has to advocate for ELLs through her shared planning time with the grade-level team.
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Inclusive Teaching
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Collaborative Teaching
Caroline Compton EDSP370 Final Project
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Collaborative Teaching Grade 2
In the classroom at ISM
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The Inclusion Breakthrough: Practical Ways to Integrate Students with Special Needs
This handy resource starts with an introduction to inclusion. Educational consultant Cathy Hamilton provides a passionate account of how and why inclusion evolved. You will learn how special education teachers can pair with general education teachers to improve classroom instruction while promoting high achievement for all students. This dynamic program uses expert analysis and real classroom examples to illustrate how to collaborate in planning lessons, how to group students and how to use a "team teaching" approach. For more information please contact Educational Impact Inc. at http://www.educationalimpact.com/contact.html
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Co Teaching Models: Strategies and Planning
Five co-teaching models are introduced in this video. Those models include team teaching, alternative teaching, station teaching, parallel teaching, and one teach, one support. The video outlines the pros and cons of each model along with suggestions for when to utilize the model.
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Teachers Support Differentiated Learning Through Professional Development and Collaboration
In order to keep up with the latest technology and successfully personalize learning for each student, teachers at Forest Lake Elementary plan lessons together, build a strong support network, and collaborate on professional development. To view more exciting reports from our Schools that Work series, please visit our website: http://www.edutopia.org/stw-differentiated-instruction-south-carolina
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Using Differentiated Instruction to Support All Learners
Watch Alberta Education’s new Inclusive Education Video Series to learn more about inclusive education topics, including Valuing All Students; Changing How We Talk about Disabilities; and Using A Positive Behaviour Approach to Support Learning. education.alberta.ca/inclusion
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Collaborative Teaching
Professor Hammond, her graduate students, and the students enrolled in the course engaged in a "very equal kind of sharing" that enabled them to each be teachers and learners throughout the quarter. Part of the Innovative Teaching Showcase 2003-04, created by the Center for Instructional Innovation and Assessment at Western Washington University: http://pandora.cii.wwu.edu/showcase2003/
Collaborative Team Planning
Welcome to Our Promo for "Collaborative Team Planning." Teachers Network is now also making available individual videos for either 24-hour rental or purchase via download. You may rent or purchase this and other videos at http://teachersnetworkonline.org/store.
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Co-Teaching Part 1
Part One in our series demonstrates the benefits and "how to's" of co-teaching.
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Differentiated Lesson Plan
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Hayward Unified School District (HUSD): Pre-school Co-teaching and Inclusion Classroom
Completing its third year in HUSD, this preschool program provides an engaging three-hour educational setting twice a day at three district sites. Each classroom serves up to 24 students, 16 typically developing children and 8 identified has having special needs. Under the caring tutelage of a four-member team—a general education teacher and an instructional assistant and a special education teacher and a paraprofessional—the youngsters participate together in standard activities for their age: circle time sharing, learning activities, and play. Many schools have “collaborative”—or “inclusion”—classes of general and special education students, primarily for grades K-12. Preschool programs typically serve the two groups in separate classrooms. Until 2012, HUSD had an entirely separate facility for special needs children. The preschool inclusion program is showing that all students benefit from shared learning and social activities. The HUSD Special Education Director is currently drafting a plan to provide a variety of inclusion opportunities at all general education preschool sites.
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Yesenia Perez Breakthrough Collaborative Teaching Video
Mock teaching video on creating a thesis statement. Lesson plan includes a warm-up worksheet activity, group discussion, lecture and academic cheer. Video filmed by Harmony Reid.
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A Career in Teaching -  Resource Teacher in Learning and Behaviour (JTJS62012)
Abby from Bream Bay College joins Kerrie Lomas to find out about the role of a Resource Teacher: Learning and Behaviour (RTLB). Kerrie explains her varied role involves supporting teachers and working with students who may have learning or behavioural problems reach their full potential. Kerrie moved into this role after a career as a primary and secondary school teacher and after gaining additional qualifications. She works with four primary and one secondary school in the Northland region and could be assisting students, teachers, schools or communities in her role. At One Tree Point School, Kerrie and Abby meet with a teacher who Kerrie has been working with who wants to find alternatives to using his voice in the classroom to direct his students. A session around non-verbal cues was undertaken and implemented and Kerrie is keen to find out if that has helped. Communication, listening to others, being open to new ideas and a knowledge of current research are just some of the skills needed for this role which requires a minimum of five years teaching experience and a post-graduate qualification. Find out more about this, and a huge variety of other careers, at http://www.justthejob.co.nz
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Five Steps to an Inclusive Classroom
What does inclusive education look like? Here are some of the highlights.-- Created using PowToon -- Free sign up at http://www.powtoon.com/ . Make your own animated videos and animated presentations for free. PowToon is a free tool that allows you to develop cool animated clips and animated presentations for your website, office meeting, sales pitch, nonprofit fundraiser, product launch, video resume, or anything else you could use an animated explainer video. PowToon's animation templates help you create animated presentations and animated explainer videos from scratch. Anyone can produce awesome animations quickly with PowToon, without the cost or hassle other professional animation services require.
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While many teachers focus on this component exclusive of a holistic focus on all three components of instructional delivery, it is nonetheless the "meat" of instructional delivery, and also requires mastery of and continuous focus on specific teacher behaviors. The skills associated with an appropriate and effective Lesson Implementation build on and extend the established Academic Focus of the Lesson Initiation, while integrating continuous assessment strategies. From a learner-centered perspective, an appropriate implementation is also highly dependent on the appropriate provision of the Initiation and Closure components. This video essay details just how to implement an appropriate implementation and examines a teacher intern's attempts to master the component.
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Diversity in Inclusion
WEBSITE: http://www.teachertube.com video on tolerance in a diverse inclusion classroom
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Best Practices in Workplace Diversity & Inclusion | Tech Inclusion SF 2015
This workshop reviews 5 key steps to creating a diverse organizational structure. Highlighting a workplace environment that consists of involvement, respect, and connection—where the richness of ideas, backgrounds, and perspectives are cultivated to create business impact. In order to create long standing change, leaders are imperative in activating initiatives. Workshop participants also collaborate to provide solutions. Presenters: LaFawn Davis Bailey- Director of Communications, Paypal Martina Abrahams- Product Marketing Manager, Adroll
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What Is Teaching In Classroom?
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Part 6 English Pull out class
English Pull out class. On regular bases, the general teacher gives the instructions to the students in a inclusion setting. I am a cooperative teacher in this class. The lesson plans and objectives were elaborated by the general teacher with my input regarding modifications and accommodations for the students that have an IEP. After the general education English class had finished, I pulled out the students that need extra support to accomplish their class work. In this case I have four students. Student A (OH) accommodations are toward his concern on being perfect. He writes and erases most of his work to the point that he needs extra time to complete his assignment. Student B (LD) has writing problems. His hand writing is not legible. So we take extra time to help him to make better letters and legible hand writing. Student C (LD) does not use capitalization and punctuation when he writes. We work on this issue to improve his papers. Student D (EBD), has failed the previous year. We work together in organization skills to ensure he does his class work and turns it in a timely matter
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Co Teaching Lesson Plan
LAI 474/574
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Differentiation Within the Inclusion Classroom Model
RSP Teacher Angela Olton and Math Content Teacher Claire Moore team teach a lesson on writing ratios to their middle school students. Using the team teaching model within an inclusion model of special education, the two teachers provide direct instruction on the first day of the unit and then show how they differentiate instruction later in the week by offering student choice in their grouping strategy.
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UK Inclusion - Secondary teaching and learning - STL 07
DVD 3 - STL 07 • planning between teacher and communicator • clear communication in lesson allows for modifications • differentiated work, questioning and homework • withdrawal group with deaf instructor to reinforce learning
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Building relationships between parents and teachers: Megan Olivia Hall at TEDxBurnsvilleED
Megan Olivia Hall, Science Teacher (2013 Minnesota Teacher of the Year) Megan Olivia Hall teaches science and service at Open World Learning Community, an intentionally small Expeditionary Learning school in Saint Paul Public Schools. She founded Open's first Advanced Placement program, recruiting students from all walks of life to college prep classes. She is a leader in character education, providing professional development, curriculum and mentorship. In 2013, Hall was named Minnesota Teacher of the Year. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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Co-teaching is an educational approach whereby general and special education teachers work together to deliver instrucation to all students in an inclusive classroom.
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Co teaching examples
This is a compilation of short videos taken during observations of the six different co teaching models.
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ESL/Mainstream Collaboration
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