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Two Teachers in the Room


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Meet the Author Preface Acknowledgements Introduction Chapter 1: Creating Possibilities: The Co-Teaching Models and Beyond! Chapter 2: Essential Elements for Successful Co-Teaching Chapter 3: Co-Creating Meaningful Learning Environments: Co-Teaching and Classroom Management Chapter 4: Setting the Stage for Self-Motivated Learners: Strategies for Motivation Chapter 5: Engaging Learners through Captivating C-Teaching: Strategies for Engagement Additional Thoughts, Reflections, and Action Steps Appendix 1: Co-Teaching Sheet Appendix 2: Strategies Appendix 3: Book Discussion Questions

About the Author

Elizabeth Stein is a teaching veteran, with more than 25 years' experience, spanning grades K-12. She is currently a special education/UDL instructional coach and new-teacher mentor in Long Island New York's Smithtown Central School District and a CAST cadre member. Elizabeth also writes the popular "Two Teachers in the Room" column for MiddleWeb.


"Two Teachers in the Room combines what we know about best practices for co-teaching with current, evidence-based best practices for teaching in general. Stein's book provides readers with concrete strategies for working collaboratively to engage students, increase motivation, recognize and teach diversity, and implement UDL. Co-teachers will be able to use the questions strategically placed throughout the text to create a dialogue, build rapport, increase skills, problem-solve, and improve communication. The book is practical, easy to read, and brings in content not addressed before in other co-teaching books. Two Teachers in the Room will be a must-have book for all new and veteran co-teaching teams!"--Wendy W. Murawski, PhD, Executive Director and Eisner Endowed Chair, Center for Teaching & Learning, California State University, Northridge "Elizabeth Stein's Two Teachers in the Room: Strategies for Co-Teaching Success is my new go-to guide when working with school teams who want to implement, or further develop, a co-teaching model. In Stein's words, this is a '"why to" approach to making co-teaching successful.' Two Teachers in the Room goes beyond the basics of co-teaching to focus on the relationship between the professionals, in order to best meet the needs of students. Stein has included scenarios and reflections throughout the book to give readers the opportunity to analyze and apply their new knowledge. In true Elizabeth Stein fashion, she encourages teachers to be intentional in their approach to curriculum, instruction, and social-emotional learning."--Christie Flayhart, Supervisor of Secondary Instructional Programs, Department of Special Education and Psychological Services, Frederick County Public Schools, MD

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