Although this guide comes from the Texas Education Agency, it has many useful resources for LEAs in Arkansas.
Marilyn Friend writes in the Journal of Curriculum and Instruction: “Although the research base on co-teaching is still emerging, it suggests that co-teaching is far more complex to implement effectively than it might seem at first consideration.”
Thoughts from Education Week on issues related to starting a program and maximizing its effectiveness.
Starting a new co-teaching program or wanting to improve the effectiveness of an existing program? Harness the power of the stakeholders for maximum results.
Five steps for establishing a successful co-teaching program.
This link debunks some of the more common misperceptions about inclusive schools (National Institute for Urban School Improvement). When implemented effectively, inclusion is well worth the effort!
Includes a description and information on five types of co-teaching: scheduling, planning, curriculum development, grading, and the opportunity to blog successes.
An article by CEC for teaching exceptional children at the secondary level.