Presentation on theme: "ASHEBORO CITY SCHOOL’S CO- TEACHING JOURNEY PARADIGMS AND EXPERIENCES TESOL for ALL symposium UNCG."— Presentation transcript:
ASHEBORO CITY SCHOOL’S CO- TEACHING JOURNEY PARADIGMS AND EXPERIENCES TESOL for ALL symposium UNCG
Welcome and intro
Yellow Strip, blue strip Please take one strip Music Follow the instructions on the slip Pause for visuals Music stops
A’s, what did you notice about B’s?
The essence of co-teaching
Who needs materials?
Co- teaching at ACS
Change Demographics Expectations Supplement vs. supplant St. Paul
Demographics New comers vs alumni ELL’s
Expectations AYP and AMAO’s
Supplement vs. supplant: the metamorphosis vs. 4 th of July paradigm
Collaboration through co-teaching in ELL: St. Paul Public Schools
Principles of Collaboration through co- teaching (brief) Parity ( synergistic interdependence) Flexibility – Time Progression towards diverse models ACS guidelines ( Q&A)
How does effective Co-teaching in ELL and regular education look like?
Notes from SPPS and Columbia Heights Dubraska Stines
Funding through a Partnership between
21 One teach, one observe One teach, one support Parallel teaching Alternative teaching Team teaching Station teaching Adapted from: Friend, M. & Barsack, W. (1990). Including students with special needs: A practical guide for classroom teachers. Boston: Allyn and Bacon. Basics of Co-Teaching
ESL Clustering % of students in the school Different ability levels
Importance of Scheduling Staggered Reading blocks Reader’s workshop Common planning time
Co-teaching through the lens of.. Experiences from the journey.
Co-teaching through the eyes of Matt Edwards: ESL/Language Arts teacher
Co-teaching through the eyes of Hilda Garner: Elementary ESL teacher
Co-teaching through the eyes of Martin Stanich: High School ESL/English teacher
Co-teaching through the eyes of Ryan Gybbs: Middle School Language Arts/ Social studies teacher
Co-teaching through the eyes of Dubraska Stines: Elementary ESL teacher
What model of co-teaching is this?
Collaboration “The way a team plays as a whole determines its success. You may have the greatest bunch of individual stars in the world, but if they don't play together, the club won't be worth a dime.” “The way a team plays as a whole determines its success. You may have the greatest bunch of individual stars in the world, but if they don't play together, the club won't be worth a dime.” Babe Ruth
Questions and Comments
THANK YOU! Resources – UNCG’s TESOL for ALL – – – – Sources: design.com/storage/images/business/Collaboration_0 1.jpg