The Future of Collaborative Instruction

Aliza Robinson

As educators continue to better understand the variety of learner profiles, and design effective instruction to meet learning needs and interests, the typical classroom is changing. The future of inclusive education requires educators to collaboratively design instruction for all learners, and to best utilize everyone’s professional experience to teach. The facilitators will model collaborative teaching methods and support learner choice through the lens of inclusive best practice strategies in the areas of instruction and assessment.



Jillian Nichols

This interactive workshop will ask participants to take on the role of the diverse learner, as they move through activities including Incomplete Stations, Parallel Teaching, and Student Choice scenarios. Participants will leave the workshop with practical inclusive strategies to use immediately within their own classrooms, whether they teach independently or with a team, in order to best meet the needs of their students.