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Welcome to TWH Co-Teaching

Where collaboration meets education, fostering a supportive environment for educators to inspire, innovate, and empower every learner.

Collaborate, Educate, Innovate

In-Person Workshops

Co-Teaching Train the Trainer Workshops are a great way to get started. Learn more about in-person workshops and register for an upcoming one today!

Online Workshops

TWH Co-Teaching and St. Cloud State University have developed a self-paced Online Co-Teaching Train the Trainer Workshop for Teacher Preparation Programs.

Resources

Explore a wealth of co-teaching resources, designed to empower educators in fostering inclusive and effective learning environments for all students.

Consultation

TWH Co-Teaching will work with you to meet your University/School District Co-Teaching Professional Development needs.

Making a Difference

Co-Teaching has had tremendous impact on the academic achievement of learners, and has the potential to unequivocally change the face of teaching in the 21st Century.

Workshops

In-Person or Online, TWH Co-teaching workshops are a great way to get started!

What Is Co-Teaching?

Co-teaching is a collaborative teaching approach where two or more educators work together in a shared classroom, bringing their unique skills and perspectives to create an inclusive and enriching learning environment. By combining their expertise, co-teachers aim to meet the diverse needs of students, fostering a supportive atmosphere that enhances student learning, engagement, and overall success. This cooperative model emphasizes teamwork, communication, and flexibility, ultimately empowering educators to cater to a wide range of learning styles and abilities.

Who Is Co-Teaching For?

Co-teaching is designed for educators who are committed to creating inclusive and diverse learning environments. It is an ideal approach for teachers who recognize the value of collaboration and wish to maximize their impact by combining strengths with fellow educators. Co-teaching benefits students across a spectrum of learning styles and abilities, making it suitable for classrooms with diverse student populations. Whether in general education, special education, or inclusive settings, co-teaching provides a framework for teachers to work together effectively, ensuring that every student receives tailored support and opportunities for academic growth.

Co-Teaching Workshops

In-Person Training

When: February 28 & 29
Where: San Antonio, TX
Address: Region 20 Education Service Center, 1314 Hines Avenue, San Antonio, TX 78208

Event Times
Day 1:​ 8:30 am – 4:00 pm
Day 2: 8:30 am – 3:00 pm

More Details

Workshop will be led by Dr. Teresa Washut Heck, from St. Cloud State University, MN.

Additional details and information will be sent to registered participants prior to the workshop (room #, parking, etc.).

February 28 & 29 @ Region 20 Education Service Center in San Antonio, TX 78208
Event Date: February 28 & 29, 2024
Event Times Day 1:​ 8:30 am – 4:00 pm
Event Times Day 2: 8:30 am – 3:00 pm
Event Location: Region 20 Education Service Center
Event Address: 1314 Hines Avenue, San Antonio, TX 78208

Co-Teaching maximizes strengths between a mentor and teacher resident or candidate, creating an environment that not only meets student needs, but energizes the learning experience. This two-day Co-Teaching Train the Trainer workshop is designed to provide knowledge of the data gathered on co-teaching; assist in identifying key personnel; showcase steps for successful implementation; gain knowledge of co-teaching and co-planning strategies; and provide resources and support for the essential elements and strategies that strengthen the co-teaching environment. Participants completing both days of training are licensed to use our copyrighted materials at their partnership(s). We encourage colleges/universities and school districts to participate as a team – preferably with 3-5 colleagues so that they can discuss adaptations, modifications, changes, and implications in their own program. A team also provides support as participants return to their institution/district and begin to implement co-teaching in your own program. Co-Teaching should be a programmatic shift – not an individual initiative. Those who attend the training will provide the leadership for your partnerships as you develop and implement a co-teaching model of residency or student teaching.

$500

In-Person Training

When: February 28 & 29
Where: San Antonio, TX
Address: Region 20 Education Service Center, 1314 Hines Avenue, San Antonio, TX 78208

Event Times
Day 1:​ 8:30 am – 4:00 pm
Day 2: 8:30 am – 3:00 pm

More Details

Workshop will be led by Dr. Teresa Washut Heck, from St. Cloud State University, MN.

Additional details and information will be sent to registered participants prior to the workshop (room #, parking, etc.).

February 28 & 29 @ Region 20 Education Service Center in San Antonio, TX 78208
Event Date: February 28 & 29, 2024
Event Times Day 1:​ 8:30 am – 4:00 pm
Event Times Day 2: 8:30 am – 3:00 pm
Event Location: Region 20 Education Service Center
Event Address: 1314 Hines Avenue, San Antonio, TX 78208

Co-Teaching maximizes strengths between a mentor and teacher resident or candidate, creating an environment that not only meets student needs, but energizes the learning experience. This two-day Co-Teaching Train the Trainer workshop is designed to provide knowledge of the data gathered on co-teaching; assist in identifying key personnel; showcase steps for successful implementation; gain knowledge of co-teaching and co-planning strategies; and provide resources and support for the essential elements and strategies that strengthen the co-teaching environment. Participants completing both days of training are licensed to use our copyrighted materials at their partnership(s). We encourage colleges/universities and school districts to participate as a team – preferably with 3-5 colleagues so that they can discuss adaptations, modifications, changes, and implications in their own program. A team also provides support as participants return to their institution/district and begin to implement co-teaching in your own program. Co-Teaching should be a programmatic shift – not an individual initiative. Those who attend the training will provide the leadership for your partnerships as you develop and implement a co-teaching model of residency or student teaching.

$500

Online Self-Paced Workshop

TWH Consulting/Co-Teaching and St. Cloud State University has developed a self-paced Online Co-Teaching Train the Trainer Workshop for Teacher Preparation Programs.

More Details

Co-Teaching maximizes strengths between a mentor and teacher resident or candidate, creating an environment that not only meets student needs, but energizes the learning experience. This two-day Co-Teaching Train the Trainer workshop is designed to provide knowledge of the data gathered on co-teaching; assist in identifying key personnel; showcase steps for successful implementation; gain knowledge of co-teaching and co-planning strategies; and provide resources and support for the essential elements and strategies that strengthen the co-teaching environment. Participants completing both days of training are licensed to use our copyrighted materials at their partnership(s). We encourage colleges/universities and school districts to participate as a team – preferably with 3-5 colleagues so that they can discuss adaptations, modifications, changes, and implications in their own program. A team also provides support as participants return to their institution/district and begin to implement co-teaching in your own program. Co-Teaching should be a programmatic shift – not an individual initiative. Those who attend the training will provide the leadership for your partnerships as you develop and implement a co-teaching model of residency or student teaching.

About Us

TWH Co-Teaching is an educational consulting company that provides expertise in Co-Teaching. With over 15 years of experience, TWH provides professional development for university faculty and school based personnel. A major focus of TWH Co-Teaching is assisting universities and their school partners in creating and implementing a co-teaching model of student teaching. This is accomplished by identifying a lead team to participate in the two day Train the Trainer Co-Teaching Workshop. These Train the Trainer Workshops are offered at various sites around the country and throughout the year; they may also be provided at individual institution for their university faculty and school partners; and if interested, TWH will work with you to bring a Train the Trainer Workshop to your area.

Testimonials

“I cannot praise TWH Co-Teaching enough for their exceptional support and dedication in enhancing learning experiences. ” – Nancy Alvarez

“TWH Co-teaching’s collaborative approach in the classroom creates an environment where both students and educators thrive.”- Emily Williams

“TWH Co-Teaching has been a game-changer in my educational journey. The expertise and support provided have truly made a difference in my learning experience.” – James Anderson

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