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Author: Lisa A. Dieker
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Publisher: Knowledge by Design, Inc. (July 1, 2002)

The Co-Teaching Lesson Plan Book, Semester version by Lisa A. Dieker

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Dieker, L. A. (2006). The co-teaching lesson plan book: Academic year version. White-fish Bay, WI: Knowledge by Design. Dieker, L. & Murawski, W. W. (2003). Lisa Dieker (CEC FL Federation), Associate Pro-fessor and Lockheed Martin Eminent Scholar, Chair, Child, Family and Community Sciences Department, College of Education, University of Central Florida, Orlando. Address correspondence to Wendy W. Murawski, Department of Special Education, Michael D. Eisner College of Education, California State University, Northridge, 18111 Nordhoff S. Northridge, CA 91330-8265 (e-mail: Wendy.

University of Central Florida Child, Family, & Community Sciences. Professional Resources. Leading the Co-teaching Dance. Strategies for Teaching Content Effectively in Secondary Inclusive Classrooms. Demystifying Secondary Inclusion. Co-teaching in Secondary Schools. Winning Strategies for Inclusive Classrooms. 7 Effective Strategies for Inclusive Secondary Classrooms. 20 Tools for the Collaborative Classroom. Checkout my visit to the Mary and Melissa Show. com/watch?v lgvlk2 tyy8.

Co-teaching is when two or more educators co-plan, co-instruct, and co-assess a group of students with diverse needs in the same general education classroom. (Murawski, 2003, p. 10). Co-teaching Models. Co-teaching: Guidelines for creating effective practices. Focus on Exceptional Children, 28(3), 1-15. The Co-teaching Lesson Plan Book (3rd e. Whitefish Bay, WI: Knowledge by Design, Inc., Friend, M. (2008).

Co-Teaching in Secondary Schools. Learn best practices and winning techniques for implementing co-teaching in the unique settings of middle and high school. Develop effective lesson plans and enhance co-teaching partnerships. Lisa Dieker, PhD, a professor and Lockheed Martin eminent scholar and the coordinator of the school's PhD program in special education, has produced six books and two videos focused on effective strategies for inclusion and co-teaching. Event Info Presenter Info.

Co-Teaching: General and special educators working together to improve student performance for all. Dieker, P. University of Central Florida College of Education – 315F 4000 E. Central Blvd. You have permission to make copies for your own classroom use. You may not distribute, copy, or otherwise reproduce any of this book for sale or for commercial use without written permission from the author.

A lesson plan book designed to support one semester (18 weeks) of co-teaching. Offers space for both the general education and special education teacher and includes features on enhancing the co-teaching relationship.
Reviews: 3
As a co-teacher for subjects ranging from math, science, history and Language Arts I found this book helpful. I would recommend it.
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I just happened to find Dr. Dieker's plan book while reading an article on co-teaching. It is the best plan book I have ever had, and I can't believe I have survived without it in the past! There is one side of the planbook for the general educator to fill out (big ideas/concepts, lessons, assessments, and target students to focus on) - and then a side of the special educator (which method of co-teaching will be used, adaptations for her students, behavioral adaptations, etc.). It really helps to focus in on not only the lessons, but how I will accomodate my special ed students in the classroom.
The Co-Teaching Lesson Plan Book is an excellent resource for co-teachers to use. I have found many great suggestions for facilitating collaborative teaching as well how to effectively organize lessons. This book is a helpful tool for seasoned as well as novice co-teachers.