AR Co-Teaching Project's Professional Development Opportunity for 2015-16
The Arkansas (AR) Co-Teaching Project is excited to announce a partnership with the Center for Technology in Education (CTE) at Johns Hopkins University to offer the Boundless Learning Co-Teaching, a blended, comprehensive, yearlong professional development package to Arkansas schools. The primary goal of the package is to build productive 21st Century co-teaching partnerships who are clear about their mission, goals, and roles. Co-teachers will learn to effectively co-plan, co-instruct, and co-assess so that all students, including their students with disabilities, reach academic and behavioral targets.
The Boundless Learning Co-Teaching professional development package is appropriate for schools interested in starting a co-teaching program or increasing the effectiveness of an existing co-teaching program. Schools that have participated in the AR Co-Teaching Project’s previous professional development package will notice substantial differences in the content and format of this package. These changes may make it a good fit for training new co-teachers and/or deepening the knowledge of previously trained co-teachers.
The Boundless Learning Co-Teaching package includes:
- One face-to-face introductory professional development session
- Facilitated interactive online modules and electronic learning community
- Virtual administrators’ support meetings
- Two onsite co-teaching coaching visits
- Pre/post evaluation of implementation planning
Deadline for applying is September 28, 2015.
For more information, please contact:
Educational Consultant, Arkansas Special Education Resource Consultants (AR-SERC)
Ph: (501) 319-7333