8 Great Alternatives to Co-teaching Workshops


It can be a challenge to find time for teachers to attend a workshop with their colleagues. A day out of the classroom means missed instruction, writing sub plans, and access to a budget that allows for substitute pay. Fortunately, workshops are not the only way to learn about co-teaching! Flipped lessons and Twitter chats provide alternate ways for co-teachers to take part in professional development, Anne Beninghof, special-education consultant and author, writes in this blog post. She lists eight ideas for co-teaching professional development and links to resources.

Continue reading the blog entry here: http://www.middleweb.com/22493/8-great-alternatives-to-co-teaching-workshops/


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