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Co-Teaching that Works

Anne M. Beninghof, an internationally recognized consultant and trainer, has more than 35 years of experience working with students and teachers, in a variety of public and private settings. She has been a special education teacher, adjunct faculty member of the University of Hartford and the University of Colorado, has published several books and videos, and provided staff development in all 50 states. In her teaching, presenting and writing, Anne focuses on creative, practical solutions for more effectively including students with diverse learning needs in general education classrooms.

Co-teaching is a proven instructional approach for reaching the wide range of student needs in today’s inclusive classrooms. This workshop will provide you with clear descriptions of the best co-teaching models you have to choose from and help you plan your first step for getting started (or refining the approach you are already using.) The presenter will share practical ways for defining your roles, planning for and providing instruction based on high standards, and tips for maximizing the value of each team member. There will also be an emphasis on creative, yet time-efficient strategies for differentiating instruction. Walk away with dozens of ideas for teaching in a mixed-ability classroom!

Presented by Anne Beninghof, author, presenter and teacher
Date(s) Wednesday, June 20th & Thursday, June 21st
Time Wednesday from 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. & Thursday from 8:00 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
Location(s) Hilton Garden Inn in Rib Mountain
# Enrolled 25 of 100
Presenter(s) Anne Beninghof, author, presenter and teacher
Audience Teaching Staff and Administrators
Professional Development Hours: 13.0

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