Inclusion Coaching for Collaborative Schools

Inclusion Coaching for Collaborative Schools

By: Toby J. Karten (author)Paperback

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You know the benefits of inclusion, and your colleagues know that you're the go-to expert when they need assistance with school and classroom implementation. Now you can take your advocacy to the next level with inclusion coaching. Inclusion works best when all team players contribute, and as coach, you'll provide the leadership your school needs to follow through on its mission in a truly collaborative way. Just as instructional coaches help teachers improve their practice and hone their skills, you'll guide your school team in applying the very best inclusion strategies for achieving quantifiable results. Toby Karten's how-to guide will help you: - Establish your own coaching baselines - Introduce research-based strategies for lesson planning, instruction, and recording data - Engage staff in reflective and collaborative inclusion practices - Manage challenges, including scheduling and co-teaching responsibilities With timelines, planning sheets, surveys, frameworks, curriculum examples, and other practical tools, this hands-on guide is the essential resource for the newly minted inclusion coach.

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About Author

Learn more about Toby Karten's PD offerings Toby J. Karten is an experienced educator who has been immersed in the field of special education for her entire career. As an accomplished author and researcher, she has presented successful staff development to local, national, and international audiences. Toby is affiliated with Drew and Monmouth University and is an adjunct professor and graduate instructor at the Regional Training Center, which is affiliated with Gratz College and The College of New Jersey. Being involved in the field of special education for the past three decades has afforded Ms. Karten an opportunity to help many children and adults from elementary through graduate levels around the world. She has been a resource teacher, staff developer, adult educator, and inclusion coach and consultant in New York and New Jersey schools and in many districts nationally and globally. In addition to her roles as an inclusion coach, student and family advocate, professional developer, mentor and resource teacher, Toby designed graduate courses titled From Challenge to Success; LD, ADHD, and the Spectrum and Skills and Strategies for Inclusion and disABILITY Awareness. She has trained instructors in three states to teach her courses. In addition, she has designed online courses for NaMaYa titled Collaborative Practices for Inclusive Classrooms and Interventions for Students with Dyslexia and Other Reading Differences. She has been recognized by both the Council for Exceptional Children and the New Jersey Department of Education as an exemplary educator, receiving two Teacher of the Year awards. She earned an undergraduate degree in special education from Brooklyn College, a master of science in special education from the College of Staten Island, a supervisory degree from Georgian Court University, and an honorary doctorate from Gratz College. Toby has authored several books and resources about inclusion practices and the CCSS, which are currently used for instruction on many college and university campuses and schools throughout the world. Ms. Karten is married, has a son, and a few dogs. She enjoys teaching, reading, writing, artwork, and most of all, learning. Toby believes that inclusion does not begin and end in the classroom, but is a philosophy that continues throughout life. Hence, inclusion is not only research-based, but life-based as well!


Acknowledgments About the Author Introduction Part I: Collaborative Inclusion Knowledge Chapter 1. The Students Chapter 2. Inclusion Coaching Roles and Partnerships Chapter 3. Connecting the Rules to Inclusion Coaching Strategies Part II: Establishing Inclusion Coaching Baselines Chapter 4. Beginning Steps of an Inclusion Coaching Program Chapter 5. Adaptations, Skills, and Differentiation Chapter 6. Curriculum Planning Part III: Strengths and Challenges of Inclusion Chapter 7. Inclusion Matters Chapter 8. Organization and Communication Chapter 9. Inclusion Lenses Chapter 10. Taking the Inclusion Walk: Instruction, Data, and Assessments Part IV: Professional Development Chapter 11. Framing Inclusion Chapter 12. Collaborative Interdependent Inclusion Skills Part V: Inclusion Coaching Realities Chapter 13. Response to Inclusion Interventions Chapter 14. Relating to Educators Chapter 15. Embracing Achievements Bibliography Index

Product Details

  • publication date: 16/07/2013
  • ISBN13: 9781452268217
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 216
  • ID: 9781452268217
  • weight: 612
  • ISBN10: 1452268215

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