This page is dedicated to sharing some simple and valuable articles, websites, templates, and videos that teachers can use as resources for co-teaching that I found on the internet.
This article, by Rebecca Hines, outlines and explains in detail setting up co-teaching in a classroom. It also includes teacher templates that can be printed off and used by co-teachers.
This article, by ideasforeducators.com, focuses on the importance of co-teachers working together when teaching together.
This article, by edweek.org, shares a Maryland co-teaching initiative that addresses how to address the needs of all students in the classsroom
This article, by Council For Exceptional Children, identifies strategies to use before, during, and after co-teaching.
This webpage on this website addresses how a general and special education teacher work together educating young people through co-teaching. This page also provides many links to other great co-teaching resources.
This webpage on this website is from an Arkansas-based website that provides many links to various co-teaching resources.
Co-Teaching Lesson Templates
This template can be printed off and used for planning by co-teachers.
This lesson plans example can be used by co-teachers who are learning to plan together.
This video is part 1 of a two-part co-teaching training describing the essentials of co-teaching.
This video is part 2 of a two-part co-teaching training describing the essentials of co-teaching.
This video focuses on the relationship aspect of co-teachers.
This video shows two co-teaching models: “One Teach, One Observe” and “Station Teaching” during the course of a lesson. The video shows how different models of co-teaching can be applied during the course of a lesson.
This video shows three teachers co-teaching together. The parallel co-teaching model is the main focus in this video while working with a diverse group of students. The video also shows a diverse group of students.
This video shows the “nighmare” side of co-teaching if co-teachers are not committed to working together.
This video is poking fun at what not to do when educators are co-teaching. The bad co-teacher in this video is over dramatizing to show co-teaching done badly.