At Teaching2gether we use an agile system of research, feedback, and action to support inclusion, promote professional collaboration, and meet the needs of all learners in any learning environment. We offer consulting services for developers, technologists, teachers, parents, and administrators, and our work helps these stakeholders increase the efficacy and alignment of their programs and learning outcomes and engagement for their students.
We believe that when you recognize the widest range of abilities in the classroom, you can "reach and teach the broadest audience." Our work is tailored to the needs of our clients, and ranges from content development for websites to on-site coaching and workshops on inclusive education (i.e. including students with disabilities in the general curriculum). When developing our services we draw on both current, research-based practices and our combined backgrounds as educators and consultants in New York City and Austin, Texas. Clients and employers include PBS Kids, Brainpop.com, PenPal Schools, Flocabulary, G&R Learning, and Region 13 Education Service Center in Texas.
, Early Come see us at SXSWedu 2016!
It's that time of the year, folks! Time to vote for your favorite professionals to present at next spring's SXSWedu conference in our hometown of Austin, TX! We know it seems far away but they (and we) plan early. We've submitted a proposal for a panel discussion titled: We Need to Talk: Building Inclusive Communities, in which we will:
It takes only a moment to complete the sign-in process and then you can search for the title of our session (We Need to Talk: Building Inclusive Communities) or the name of our company (Teaching2gether, of course) and then VOTE FOR US! Then sign up for SXSWedu 2016 and we will see you there!
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Adaptive Materials or Assistive Technology are the best way to
step back, fade support, and encourage independence for students. Click on the link to view a short presentation about range of practical tools and how you can use them in
Co-owners and founders Hannah and Rachel are two Texas-based teachers and education consultants who think broadly about who the collaborators can be when creating inclusive classrooms. Hannah and Rachel hold degrees from Bank Street College and New York University and have extensive backgrounds in Special, Early, and Elementary Education, professional development, and technology and arts integration in classrooms
View Rachel and Hannah's full bios.