Dissertation/Thesis Abstract

Utilizing Communication and Conflict Management Skills to Sustain Co-Teaching Partnerships
by Regrut, Angela Lynne, Ed.D., Cabrini University, 2020, 128; 27964575
Abstract (Summary)

This paper explores the connectedness between communication and conflict management skills and co-teaching partnerships and school administrative support. After decades of educational reform, researchers focus on the need for educator collaboration, data-driven decision making, and least restrictive environments for students with special needs. In order to meet federal and state regulations, schools have incorporated co-teaching models as a means to include students with disabilities and expose them to grade level content with highly qualified teachers in the least restrictive environment. The most important component of co-teaching is the development of a professional working partnership between the two co-teachers. Focus on developing clear communication and conflict management skills is imperative to support and sustain the partnership along with school administrative support.

Indexing (document details)
Advisor: Schwab, Maria M.
Commitee: Coldwell, Karen W., Gentile, Amber L.
School: Cabrini University
Department: Educational Leadership
School Location: United States -- Pennsylvania
Source: DAI-A 81/11(E), Dissertation Abstracts International
Source Type: DISSERTATION
Subjects: Educational leadership, Special education
Keywords: Co-teaching, Collaborative teaching, Conflict management, Inclusive instruction, Soft-skills
Publication Number: 27964575
ISBN: 9798644905041
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