This tool can help you choose a co-teaching model. It offers examples of what a range of co-teaching models look like in action and lists the benefits of each model.
A 30 minute webinar on key components to consider when planning co-teaching roles and responsibilities for both synchronous instruction (two adults are co-teaching together in a live classroom environment, are doing live small group instruction, or are providing 1:1 support) and asynchronous instruction (planning together for students’ independent work).
Includes six precepts for how to build an online learning platform, embracing UDL principles that work for students with learning differences.
Tips for working with students while being sensitive to learning barriers and disparities in access to technology.
Twenty guidelines, along with links to resources, that provide a good starting place when designing an accessible course. The tips include how to create accessible videos for free.