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Key Components in Collaboration and Consultations TemplatePart 1: Components in Collaboration MatrixEssential KeyComponents ofCollaborationDescription ofKeyComponents/ElementsGeneral EducationTeacher Roles andResponsibilities toSupport the Learning forIndividuals withDisabilitiesSpecial Education TeacherRoles and Responsibilitiesto Support the Learningfor Individuals withDisabilitiesPreparationExamples:Prior experienceNovice teachereducationAdvanced programsProfessionaldevelopments- Professionaldevelopment can help ateam of teachers tocontinue to collaboratewhen it can be difficult tobegin the process.-Advance programselevate teachers whohave been successful incollaboration and areready to take onleadership roles.-Novice teachers in thefinal phase of theirprograms can work withteachers who areexperienced incollaboration and theywill be ready tocollaborate from thebeginning of theirteaching careers.-Teachers can work withnew teachers to educatethem on howcollaboration works at theschool.-Work collaboratively withspecial ed teachers toplan professionaldevelopment.-Learn and implementspecial educationteaching strategies.-By participating inadvance programsspecial educationteachers can becomeproficient in grade-levelcurriculum content.-Work collaboratively withgen ed teachers to planprofessionaldevelopment.-Support novice teachersto help them preventburnout.RoleExamples:-Roles come fromwhatever is needed inthe situation. There aretimes when a parent is-Classroom teachers willneed to be able to be theconsultee, client, and the-Coordinate with generaleducation teachers toplan instructional practice
Role delineationRole clarificationRole expectationsRole paritythe expert, or the speechpathologist.-Roles need to beclarified to settle who arethe consulting teachersand who are thecollaborating teachers.-Teachers will need tocome together to accessall of their strengths andapply them to theirstudents.-Realistic expectationsneed to be set for eacheducator so that theyteam can be set up forsuccess.consultant.-Be able to work with acohort in specialeducation and bringinsight from a generaleducation perspective.-Have reasonableexpectations for otherson their team.for students.-Embrace consultingteachers perspectivesand suggestions forcollaboration with gen edteachers.-Help set responsiblegoals with team.

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Term
Spring
Professor
Mr. Michael Kellam
Tags
Individuals with Disabilities Education Act

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