One of the biggest dilemmas that every educator experiences is how to teach all of our students- especially when so many come from cultural and linguistic experiences that are distinct from our own. Honigsfeld and Dove bring to light the positive possibilities of working together. This new edition of their foundational book provides a refreshing look at collaboration. Backed by new research-based evidence, voices from the field, and their superb writing, they demonstrate how co-teaching and collaboration makes it possible for English learners to be successful in school and their live
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When building your infrastructure of collaboration and co-teaching, it is imperative to equip both teachers and leaders on successful and sustainable partnerships and environments to produce equitable access to education. Without knowing the elements of the infrastructure to co-teaching it is inevitable that the system will return to singleton lead teacher classrooms, leaving accessibility and equitable access to core behind for ALL students. This text is imperative to those on the collaborative journey; whether just beginning, advancing, or re-imagining a current co-teaching framewor
Collaborating for English Learners: A Foundational Guide to Integrated Practices is a great follow-up to the first edition of the book as well as Dr. Dove’s and Dr. Honigsfeld’s recently published Co-Teaching for English Language Learners.
"Collaborating for English Learners: A Foundational Guide to Integrated Practices, Second Edition comes at a critical time as educators seek guidance on how to skillfully integrate language and content standards and curriculum, and implement collaborative practices serving our multilingual students. Honigsfeld and Dove provide not only the most current research foundations, but also very practical strategies that teachers and school leaders can immediately implement.
"This second edition of Collaborating for English Learners has all the practical advice of the original resource, now updated with current research, voices from the field, alignment to today’s best practices and much more. If you or your staff are veterans of co-teaching, you’ll appreciate the specific advice for working with language learners and the opportunities to reflect on how we are serving these students.