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09-29-09%20JP%20Chapter%208 - Address cultural diversity...

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Chapter 8 Education Teams/Collaborative Teamwork in Inclusive Settings
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Education Teams All team members share their expertise with each other. They all participate in creating educational activities that facilitate learning. They all help in providing instruction across instructional content areas. All team members share in accountability for each student’s acquisition of knowledge/skills across curriculum.
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Responsibilities of team members First, members are responsible for ensuring that each student’s needs are considered in a discipline free manner When implementing/evaluating the effectiveness of instruction, each team member is responsible for sharing their specific expertise with other members of the team. Each member has the responsibility of functioning in a professional manner. Provide support for other team members.
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Unformatted text preview: Address cultural diversity among team members • Work collaboratively – Students benefit because they receive more trials per day per goal. – Family benefits – Beneficial fro nondisabled peers also – Collaborative teamwork can be beneficial to education team members through technical, moral, and problem-solving support. ( p/ 141) – Collaborative teams have various components: Team accomplishments, expanded role release, services in natural settings, unique scheduling, equal partnerships How do we form collaborative teams? • Identify members • Understand their philosophical premises • Handle the logistics • Check their skill level ( pp. 141-146) Examples of Collaborative Teams at work… • Adapting activities from weekly lesson plans • Using generic adaptations in activities • Exchanging roles • Coteaching...
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This note was uploaded on 06/18/2011 for the course SPE 3700 taught by Professor Janpearcy during the Spring '11 term at E. Illinois.

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