Co-Teaching with Confidence


Including students with disabilities in the general education classroom is both a challenge and an opportunity. Educators will need to collaborate to successfully meet the needs of these diverse learners. Region 13 Education Service Center is offering this online co-teaching training to help teachers address the challenges of co-teaching in a standards-based learning environment with a diverse group of learners. 

This course will focus on the six different co-teaching approaches that best utilize two professionals in one classroom.



Online, self-paced course providing Co-Teachers with the knowledge of how and when to implement the six co-teaching approaches. Co-Teachers who complete this course will be able to:

  • Define the six co-teaching approaches
  • Identify the advantages and cautions of each approach
  • Determine which approach(es) are appropriate for the given content to be taught
  • Describe how to implement each approach in the classroom
  • Identify strategies for co-planning with a co-teaching partner

To receive full credit for the course, participants must earn an 80% or higher on the end-of-course test. 


special education teachers, general education teachers, instructional coaches, interventionists, curriculum specialists, paraprofessionals
ESC Education Specialists
Differentiation, High School, Inclusion, Instructional Strategies, Special Education, Elementary, Progress in the General Curriculum, Co-Teaching
1 - Planning, T-TESS 2 - Instruction, T-TESS 3 - Learning Environment, T-TESS 1 - Instructional Leadership, T-PESS
Online Course, Self-directed

CPE Credits: 3.00  
Registration Closes: 8/1/2024
Starts: 11/14/2023
Ends: 8/31/2024