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This collection of resources brings together the materials shared by the Carroll Gardens School for Innovation at their Showcase School visit. These resources can help educators think about, develop, and utilize Integrated Co-Teaching (ICT) strategies. Several of the resources provide information about how to make use of various technologies to support inclusive classrooms and co-teaching.

Included Resources

This is a "quick reference guide" to Integrated Co-Teaching (ICT) models, adapted from the work of Maryln Friend.  You can use this guide to become familiar with co-teaching models, and as a decision-making resource when planning co-taught lessons.

This planning template, developed by and used at CGSI, provides educators with a space to map out how they will employ ICT strategies in their classrooms and what the responsibilities of each adult in the room will be.

This document explains how Mastery Based Grading works at CGSI. By briefly laying out the levels of mastery grading and how to develop the criteria for each grade, this document supports educators in developing their own mastery based grading system.

This document provides a graphical representation of the collaborative leadership structure among the staff at CGSI (Carroll Gardens School for Innovation).

This document explains how Mastery Based Grading works at CGSI. By briefly laying out the levels of mastery grading and how to develop the criteria for each grade, this document supports educators in developing their own mastery based grading system.

This document explains the history and key features of the mentorship program used at CGSI. Educators can use this document to inform or guide the development of their own mentoring models.