Nov. 22 advanced training to focus on co-teaching
The department is offering a day-long professional development program on co-teaching strategies, in which multiple teachers share teaching responsibilities within the same physical space. To be held on Friday, Nov. 22 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Ashland University’s satellite campus in Columbus, the session is considered advanced training recommended for educators serving as mentors in the Ohio Resident Educator program. Open to all educators, the training also is well suited to those involved in pre-service education and in any classroom that would benefit from the many collaborative approaches that will be explored.
Register in STARS through your SAFE account by searching for keywords: Advanced Mentor Training. The cost is $85.