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Title: Co-Teaching Network Cohort Introductory Workshop December 18, 2009


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Co-Teaching Network Cohort Introductory
WorkshopDecember 18, 2009
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  • There is a shared State vision of what effective
    co-teaching should be and that systemic
    leadership and collaboration will be key.
  • Participant Feedback from Co-Teaching
  • Orientation Meeting for Administrators10/15/09

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Todays Participants
Local School Systems Allegany, Anne Arundel,
Baltimore County, Garrett, Harford, Howard,
Montgomery and Worcester
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Dr. Carol Ann Heath
  • Assistant State Superintendent
  • Division of Special Education/Early
    Intervention Services

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Dr. Nancy S. Grasmick
  • State Superintendent of Schools

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Ms. Mary Cary
  • Assistant Superintendent
  • Division for Leadership Development

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Ms. Dixie Stack
  • Director of Curriculum
  • Division of Instruction

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Dr. Carol Ann Heath
  • Assistant State Superintendent
  • Division of Special Education/Early
    Intervention Services

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Reflection
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Participants will
  • establish the context for Co-Teaching as a viable
    instructional delivery model for students with
    disabilities
  • display a general understanding of the purpose of
    the co-teaching framework and how it is used to
    guide design and implementation approaches
  • demonstrate an understanding of the role of
    formative assessment in identifying students
    diverse learning needs

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Outcomes (continued)
  • develop a common understanding of Universal
    Design for Learning (UDL) as a framework for
    differentiation within lesson design and
    implementation
  • develop an awareness of existing tools available
    through the Co-Teaching Network

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Maryland State Improvement Grant(MSIG)
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Components of the Maryland Co-Teaching Network
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The Maryland Co-Teaching Network
General and Special Educators
School-Based Administration
State Cross Divisional Partnership/CTE
Central Office Administration
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A Network For Co-Teaching???
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Results of Co-Teaching Implementation
  • Howard County

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Results of Co-Teaching Implementation
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Results of Co-Teaching Implementation
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Results At Different Levels
  • Elementary Schools - James Walsh
  • Middle Schools - Joyce Agness
  • High School - Patti Mackey

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Results of Co-Teaching Implementation
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Results of Co-Teaching Implementation
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Results of Co-Teaching Implementation
2008-09 MSA Reading/Math DQIE/Non-DQIE
Elementary School
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Results of Co-Teaching Implementation
  • Now theres a much crisper purpose to
    co-teaching- that is, to blend two elements.
  • One is access to the general curriculum, and
    the other is higher outcomes, better
    achievement.
  • Marilyn Friend PH.D. Author
  • Co-Teach!
  • A Handbook for Creating and
  • Sustaining Effective Classroom
  • Partnerships in Inclusive Schools

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Howard County
  • Student feedback video

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Instructional Design
Universal Design for Learning
Curriculum and Instruction
Formative Assessment
Differentiated Instruction
Content
Process
Product
Co-Teaching
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Lets Talk
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  • Differentiation through the Universal Design
    for Learning (UDL) addresses barriers to learning
    to meet the challenges of diversity by suggesting
    flexible instructional materials, techniques, and
    strategies that empower educators to meet diverse
    needs in planning, and development stages of
    curriculum implementation.
  • http//www.cast.org/publications/UDLguidelines

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  • Where do we go from here?

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Marylands Co-Teaching Definition
Co-Teaching is a collaborative partnership
between a generalist and a specialist who have
shared accountability and ownership for planning
and delivering instruction and assessment to all
students within a classroom environment.
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Components of the Maryland Co-Teaching Network
Statewide PD Activities Webinars Online
Modules
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The 5 Approaches to Co-Teaching
  1. 1 Teach 1 Assist
  2. Station Teaching
  3. Parallel Teaching
  4. Alternative Teaching
  5. Team Teaching

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Components of the Maryland Co-Teaching Network
The Maryland Co-Teaching Framework Co-Teaching
Reflection Tool Planning Considerations for
Co-Taught Classrooms Co-Teaching Strategic
Visit and Conversation Guide
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Lets identify the similarities and differences
in roles
Wow-This framework clearly defines roles
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Co-Teaching Tools for Teachers
  • Teacher Reflection Tool
  • Step One
  • Independently complete the Part I (pages 1-6)
    based upon the status of your co-teaching teams
    implementation
  • Step Two
  • Independently complete Part 2 regarding
    Instructional Delivery (pages 7-11)
  • Step Three
  • Collaboratively complete Part 3 (pages 12-15)

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Co-Teaching Tools for Administrators
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What Do We Need To Move Co-Teaching Forward In
Our School?
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Components of the Maryland Co-Teaching Network
Technical Assistance Funding Allocations Web-bas
ed Access
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Components of the Maryland Co-Teaching Network
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Community
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ELC- Electronic Learning Community
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Network Cohort Responsibilities
  • Leadership
  • Data Collection
  • Use Tools and Provide Feedback
  • Sustain Teacher Placement
  • Active Participation
  • Collaborate
  • Use Resources Provided

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Next Steps
  • April 29, 2010-Hold the Date!
  • Other Professional Development Opportunities
  • Face to Face
  • Online
  • Across Districts
  • Text Resources

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Advancing the Work
  • Knowledge like the sky is never private
    property teaching is the art of sharing.
    Abraham Joshua Heschel
  • This Co-teaching Network is your opportunity to
    share your expertise and improve the learning
    environment for diverse learners across the State.

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Todays Facilitators
MSDE Partners
Sharon West, Chief Student Achievement Professional Development Branch Kalisha Miller, Chief Student Achievement and Support Section Fran Sorin, Educational Programming and Professional Development Specialist Paul Dunford, Director of Middle School Initiatives Robert Glascock, Director of the Breakthrough Center, Statewide System of Support Marny Helfrich, Professional Development Facilitator, Maryland Coalition for Inclusive Education (MCIE) Natalie Hannon, Program Coordinator, Johns Hopkins University Center for Technology in Education Dianne Tracey, Program Coordinator, Johns Hopkins University Center for Technology in Education
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Contacts
  • Sharon A. West, MSIG Project Director swest_at_msde.
    state.md.us
  • Fran Sorin, Co-Teaching Network Chairperson
  • fsorin_at_msde.state.md.us
  • Kalisha Miller, Section Chief
  • kmiller_at_msde.state.md.us
  • Robert Glascock, Breakthrough Center
    rglascock_at_msde.state.md.us
  • Paul Dunford, Division for Leadership Development
    pdunford_at_msde.state.md.us
  • Natalie Hannon, Co-Teaching Network Technology
    Coordinator hannon_at_jhu.edu
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