Co-Teaching Train the Trainer Workshop

Posted by on October 08, 2012

Co-Teaching Train the Trainer Workshop

Do you have an interest in the co-teaching model of student teaching? We wanted to let you know that we will be holding a co-teaching train the trainer workshop in Minneapolis, Minnesota on November 1 & 2, 2012. If you  or any members of your university staff or school partners might be interested in attending our train the trainer workshop, please read on. The link for information and registration is included at the bottom of this email. We have a limited number of seats available and registration will be limited to 40 participants. Registration is on a first come, first serve basis so we encourage individuals to sign up early.

The train the trainer workshop provides information on both the quantitative and qualitative data gathered on co-teaching; helps participants identify key personnel, learn ways to secure university and district buy-in, discover the essential elements of a co-teaching workshops, gain knowledge of co-teaching and co-planning strategies, identify ways to support university supervisors. We encourage colleges, universities and their school partners to participate as a team – preferably with 3-5 colleagues so that they can discuss adaptations, modifications, changes, and implications needed for your own program. A team also provides support as participants return to their institution and begin to implement co-teaching in their own program.

Cost for the train the trainer workshop is $500.00/person.

The link to registration for the training in Minneapolis is:

For more information, or if you are interested in a two-day co-teaching train-the-trainer workshop but cannot attend the training in Minneapolis, please contact Teresa Washut Heck at or Nancy Bacharach at

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