30 days to the co-taught classroom

How to Create an Amazing, Nearly Miraculous & Frankly Earth-Shattering Partnership in One Month or Less

Paula Kluth books

30 Days to the Co-Taught Classroom by Paula Kluth

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In 30 Days to the Co-Taught Classroom, authors Paula Kluth and Julie Causton will teach you all you need to know about collaboration in 30 days. Yes, you read that right! In just 30 days, they will introduce you to the information, competencies and habits you will need to become a great co-teaching partner. The authors will help you get to know your co-teacher, understand each of your roles, improve your planning and co-planning skills, expand the structures you use to teach and support students and even celebrate your accomplishments. Included in this remarkable book are:

  • Tips, Ideas & Suggestions
  • Chapter Reviews & “To Do” Items
  • Worksheets to Help You Plan
  • Templates to Copy & Use
  • Teaching Practices You Will Love
  • Print and Online Resources

Take just 30 days, and change your life – and the lives of all of your students! Learn more at cotaughtclassroom.com.

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Off the Page inclusion video series by Paula Kluth

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Celebrate! If you are co-teaching, you need time to meet and opportunities to plan. You also need moments of reflection, gratitude, and celebration. Today’s idea is from 30 Days to the Co-Taught Classroom and …

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Off the Page inclusion video series by Paula Kluth

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In any effective and student-centered classroom, the voices of learners should be heard often; they should be asking and answering questions, sharing ideas, and expressing their thoughts. Some students, however, struggle to …

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