Stretching Your Co-Teaching Online Workshop

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How do teachers work together to serve multilingual learners in today's schools?

Andrea Honigsfeld and Jon Nordmeyer will explore collaboration, virtually. Based on the popular workshop Stretching Your Co-Teaching: Collaborating with WIDA, this Deep Dive virtual workshop will energize your collaboration and set you up for success in the coming school year.

Join Andrea and Jon to

  • Use an interactive blended format which combines both synchronous webinars with asynchronous dialogue, application activities and self-access resources.
  • Consider the why, the what and the how of collaborative planning, teaching, assessing and reflecting.
  • Learn different strategies and practical tools that you can use right away, whether you are teaching face-to-face, virtually or in a hybrid format.
  • Integrate new ideas from recent articles that Jon and Andrea have co-authored , including Teacher Collaboration During a Global Pandemic and The Yoga of Collaboration.


This course will meet Mondays and Thursdays from March 28 through April 18, 2022, with discussion and application activities in between live sessions. Live sessions will be from 8-9am Central Time.

  • Module 1: Collaboration Introduction/Overview – 03.28
  • Module 2: Collaborative Cycle & WIDA – 03.31
  • Module 3: Co-Planning – 04.04
  • Module 4: Co-Teaching – 04.07
  • Module 5: Co-Assessing – 04.11
  • Module 6: Co-Reflecting & Relational Trust & Collaborative Culture – 04.14
  • Module 7: Collaboration as Professional Learning & Coaching – 04.18

In this video, Jon and Andrea preview the topics they cover during the course.

Event information

March 28 - April 18, 2022   |  8:00 am - 9:00 am

Registration and costs


Regular Price

Register by March 21, 2022

Registration includes all seven modules. Recordings will be available for course participants in case you are unable to attend a session or want to review. Participants will receive a certification upon completion of the course.

What past participants say:

"Teacher collaboration is such an important topic. This workshop offered tangible ways to enhance teacher collaboration and impact students' language learning through co-teaching models. The collaboration cycle focuses on other important components including co-planning, co-assessing and co-reflecting."