Collaboration in Inclusive Classrooms
Connecting High-Leverage Practices to Student Success
High-leverage practices are key to collaborative co-teaching in an inclusive setting.
Collaboration and co-teaching are concepts that have long been central to inclusive education. More recently, evidence-based and high-leverage practices (EBPs and HLPs) have gained recognition as highly effective tools to improve student learning and behavior, in both general and special education classrooms.
In this reader-friendly text, two of the nation's top experts in co-teaching provide a unique guide to implementing EBPs and HLPs through collaborative teaming practices. Melissa Jenkins and Wendy Murawski position collaboration as the bridge by which both HLPs and EBPs can be more effectively utilized for the success of all students in the classroom. Filled with strategies, practical examples, reflection questions, and tools like decision-making flow charts, their easy-to-use handbook belongs on the desk of every teacher working in an inclusive environment.
About this Author
Melissa C. Jenkins, PhD, an assistant professor in the College of Education at the University of Mary Washington, lives in Amissville, Virginia.
Wendy Murawski, PhD, the executive director and Eisner Endowed Chair for the Center for Teaching and Learning at California State University, Northridge, lives in West Hills, California.
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