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Co-Teaching in the Differentiated Classroom
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Part I: Collaboration and Co-Teaching 1. Why Collaborate? 2. The Partnership Essentials Part II: Working in the Differentiated Classroom 3. The Differentiation Essentials 4. Planning Differentiated Lessons: Essential Steps 5. Sample Lessons, Activities, and Templates 6. Student Contracts and Menus 7. Assessment as a Grading Tool Part III: Implementing a Schoolwide Program 8. Essential Administrative Support 9. Reflections on Making Change Happen

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The Authors Melinda L. Fattig is an instructor in special education at Humboldt State University in Arcata, California. Maureen Tormey Taylor is a language arts and social studies teacher at the McKinleyville Middle School, McKinleyville, California.

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