Inclusive Schools Leadership Institute: Focus on Co-Teaching
January 18, 2018
January 18, 2018 - January 18, 2018
Institute Date & Time
January 18, 2018 (8:30 am - 3:30 pm)
$459 per team of 3 (one administrator, one co-teaching pair)
1 CEU awarded
Cal State LA, Charter College of Education
5151 State University Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90032
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 212.678.8356
This institute is part of the Transforming Schools for Inclusion - Creating and Leading Cultures of Collaboration leadership series offered at Cal State LA.
This institute is part of the Transforming Schools for Inclusion - Creating and Leading Cultures of Collaboration leadership series offered at Cal State LA. Facilitated by Teachers College and Cal State LA CCOE faculty and expert facilitators, this institute provides a structured, interactive professional learning experience for educators and administrators to deepen inclusive school practices across their organizations. The January 18th institute focuses on developing strong school-based co-teaching teams supported by proactive administrative coaching. Co-teaching communication and team accountability tools and practices are shared and modeled in a experiential and collaborative professional learning setting for school-based teams of three (1 administrator, 1 co-teaching pair). Participants take the StrengthsFinder assessment, examine their results, and reflect on implications for practice in their co-teaching team and classroom contexts. Participants spend part of the day with role-based breakout groups and part of the day in school-based teams. The institute culminates with a case study simulation for school-based teams to hone their communication skills and practice using their co-teaching team accountability structures.
- Inclusive School Practices - Focus on Co-Teaching
- Accountability Structures for Co-Teaching Teams
- Communication Skills for Co-Teaching Teams
- Supportive Supervision of Co-Teaching Teams
- Applying StrengthsFinder to Co-Teaching Teams
- Participants will apply StrengthsFinder research to their own work supervising and working in co-teaching teams.
- Participants will strengthen co-teaching teams through learning about, applying, and adapting communication and accountability tools and practices.
School-based teams of three - administrator and co-teaching teams. Appropriate for general education and special education educators as well as building administrators. Building and district administrators interested in developing strong inclusive practices in their schools and districts through co-teaching and inclusion models are also encouraged to attend.