Are you a co-teacher looking to take your practice to the next level? Erica Terry's new book, Teaching in InSync, offers a fresh perspective on co-teaching and a practical framework for success. In this episode, Erica shares her journey from being a high school biology teacher to becoming a chief academic officer and transitioning into entrepreneurship. Erica shares insights into her 21-year teaching career, her shift to entrepreneurship, and the driving force behind her new book. She talks about her latest book, "Teaching in InSync," and challenges the common comparison between co-teaching and marriage.
About the book
The book titled "Teaching InSync: The Ultimate Playlist for Co-Teaching Success" by Erica Terry and Lynéa Laws, Ph.D., is set to be released in December. The book aims to revolutionize how educators approach co-teaching and present a fresh perspective on this essential practice in education. It is available for preorder and will be released on December 4. It offers bonuses, including a book study, and can be ordered from major retailers.
"Teaching inSync" presents a revolutionary framework for co-teaching based on the INSYNC acronym. This approach challenges common misconceptions about co-teaching and offers practical strategies for creating successful partnerships. The INSYNC framework highlights the significance of identity, interaction, shared plans, and responsibilities for the benefit of all students. Co-teaching is like being on a reality TV show, not a marriage. To excel, educators must plan, interact, yield results, invest time, and collaborate effectively.
Listeners will also learn about the valuable resources and bonus materials accompanying the book, including a book study program and access to exclusive content designed to enhance the co-teaching experience. Pre-orders are available now, and the book will be officially released on December 4th, 2022. You can secure your copy on major platforms like Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
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