Co-Teaching Strategies That Work for Teachers and Students

Larry Ferlazzo with Elizabeth Stein, Jenny Vo, Becky Corr

Co-teaching can be an extraordinarily effective instructional model when all of the elements align. Join us for a discussion about what works and what doesn’t.

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May 27, 2019
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Elizabeth Stein is a special education and Universal Design for Learning instructional coach and consultant. She is the author of Two Teachers in the Room: Strategies for Co-Teaching Success (Routledge). Jenny Vo earned her BA in English from Rice University and her M.Ed in Educational Leadership from Lamar University. She has spent all her 23 years in education working with English Learners and currently serves as an ESL ISST in Katy ISD in Katy, Texas. Becky Corr is an English Language Development Team Lead for Douglas County School District in Colorado. In her role with DCSD as well as the owner of EdSpark Consulting, she provides coaching, professional development, and family engagement opportunities.
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