S6113_CoTeach_Building_and_Sustaining2This week’s FREE tool is a list of sample paraprofessional tasks and activities to help teachers distinguish between instruction and support in the classroom. This list will help paraprofessionals draw boundaries around what they should and shouldn’t be asked to do for students. It will also show teachers the valuable support services paraprofessionals can provide. And finally, co-teachers can refer to it to avoid slipping into a supportive roles so they can stay focused on instruction. The list comes from Marilyn Friend’s Co-Teach! Building & Sustaining Effective Classroom Partnerships in Inclusive Schools, a comprehensive guidebook filled with practical advice, real life scenarios, worksheets, activities, and checklists all designed to help you bring the power of two teachers into the co-taught classroom.

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