The collaboration and communication that you create and sustain within a school site will be partially determined by the type of service delivery model that is utilized. See the Instructor Guidance page for specific information regarding the following service delivery models:
- Collaborative Teaming
- Complementary Instruction
- Role Exchange
Initial Post: Using the textbook and at least one scholarly source:
- Explain in two to three paragraphs how different service delivery models promote a variety of roles for the team members who provide collaborative academic support for students with disabilities.
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Yu, C. (2014). 10 examples & non-examples of differentiated instruction (Links to an external site.). Teachthought. Retrieved from http://www.teachthought.com/teaching/what-is-differentiated-instruction/
- Identify at least one strength and one weakness for each of the models.
- Provide a complete APA 6th edition formatted citation, including the database where you retrieved the article.