LRE and Co-Teaching: Tips and Action Steps

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LRE and Co-Teaching

What’s the LRE? How can I have a successful co-teaching relationship? In this free workshop, you’ll learn the meaning of the Least Restrictive Environment (LRE) and tips for how to create a positive co-teaching relationship. We’ll end with an action step for you to take to better support communication between your co-teacher(s) and yourself!

Professional Practice Goal

Special education teachers will leave this 10 minute PD being able to define LRE and take actionable steps for creating a positive co-teaching relationship.

What’s Included?

  1. 10 Minute Free Training
  2. Printable PDF Slide Deck

Meet Your Coach

Hi, I’m Kasey and I’ve been a high school special education teacher in collaborative and self-contained classrooms. I am the founder of SFSEteach and support teachers with adapting materials for students that need additional support! Being a case manager and writing an IEP can be difficult and time consuming. I believe that organization and communication are key to being a successful special educator, and I want to help you streamline your paperwork process!

I’m currently obtaining my PhD in Special Education. I received my Bachelor’s degree in History Education and my Master’s degree in Special Education, so I am licensed to teach special education K-12 and social studies 6-12.

Do You Need Special Education Paperwork Support?

Streamline Your Special Education Paperwork Process

Click here to access the Streamline Your Special Education Paperwork Process Course. This course includes training videos and 10 editable special education forms that you will use before, during, and after your IEP meetings!

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    Kasey Dye

    Hi, I'm Kasey! I combined my interests in history and special education to become a special education teacher in collaborative and self-contained social studies classrooms. I love project based learning and adapting materials for students that need additional support! Being a case manager and writing an IEP can be difficult and time consuming. I believe that organization and communication are key to being a successful special educator, and I want to help you streamline your paperwork process! I'm currently obtaining my PhD in Special Education to further support teachers and students. Previously, I received my Bachelor's degree in History Education and my Master's degree in Special Education. I am licensed to teach special education K-12 and social studies 6-12. You can find me on my website sfseteach.com

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