In addition to establishing a solid foundation of teamwork skills, Teaching for Results will explain how to use the structure of co-teaching to practically and effectively implement differentiated instruction in their classrooms. This essential guide will demonstrate to readers how to use best practices in differentiated instruction in order to effectively co-manage, co-assess, co-plan, and co-instruct a diverse group of learners in any general education classroom.
Matthew Jennings is superintendent of schools for Alexandria Township Public Schools. Prior to serving in this position, he served as an assistant superintendent, director of special services, supervisor of instruction, and special education teacher.
Chapter 1 Integrating Co-Teaching & Differentiated Instruction Chapter 2 Team Development Chapter 3 Laying the Foundation for a Collaborative Classroom Chapter 4 Assessment for and of Learning Chapter 5 Instructional Planning and Preparation Chapter 6 Instruction in a Co-Taught Classroom Chapter 7 Continuous Improvement Chapter 8 The Role of the Administration Appendix References About the Author