Professional Development Workshops

Foundations of Co-Teaching Training Workshop

Intended for UW-Parkside mentor teachers, this three-hour workshop introduces basics of co-teaching in the context of working with an undergraduate teacher candidate. Mentor teachers will learn the theory behind co-teaching, work in groups to practice co-teaching methods, and reflect on their practice with colleagues. A stipend is available for participants attending the training for the first time.

This workshop is required for all UW-Parkside mentor teachers. Mentor teachers must have at least three years of PK-12 teaching experience and at least one year of experience at their current place of employment. If you are interested in serving as a mentor teacher for one of our teacher candidates, please email Mary Henderson at for more information!


Thursday, February 21
4 PM-7 PM
UW-Parkside Campus

Tuesday, August 28
Student Center  | Oak Room
UW-Parkside Campus

Monday, August 13
Student Center  | Hickory Room
UW-Parkside Campus

Thursday, September 6
Student Center | Oak Room
UW-Parkside Campus

Tuesday, August 21
Student Center  |  Hickory Room
UW-Parkside Campus



Dana Ryan | (262) 595-2309 |

Dana Ryan 
Director, APD 
(262) 595-2309

Mary Henderson 
Program Assistant 
(262) 595-2180

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Carnegie Foundation Elective Community Engagement Classification
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