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Fall 2012

Margaret Krause

on 7 September 2012

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Transcript of Co-teaching

Co-teaching with USF's Collaborative Cohort Partnership What does co-teaching mean to you? rethink collaborate organize communicate outcome One teacher works with a small group to pre-teach or re-teach material that needs extra support.

Second teacher works with the larger group on content the smaller group can afford to miss.

Can also be used for enrichment for a group that has already mastered what the larger group is working on. Alternative Teaching Class is divided into stations.

Co-teachers divide the instructional content and each takes responsibility for teaching part of it.

Students benefit from lower student-teacher ration.

Students with disabilities may be integrated rather than singled out. Station Teaching One teaches the whole class.

Second teacher observes to collect data on a single student, a group of students, or whole class for behaviors that both professionals have previously agreed to observe.

Good for Functional Behavior Assessments or for Child Study Teams. One Teaching, One Observing One teacher has primary responsibility for designing and delivering specific instruction to the entire group.

The second teacher supports the lead teacher either by observing designated students or by “drifting” through the classroom providing assistance to the students as needed. One Teaching, One Assisting One teaching, one observing
Station Teaching
Parallel teaching
Alternative teaching
One teaching, one assisting 6 TYPES OF CO-TEACHING APPROACHES Both teachers are responsible for planning and sharing instruction of all students.

Teacher may role play, debate, simulate, and model.

Requires that co-teachers are able to mesh their teaching styles. Teaming Teachers jointly plan instruction but each delivers it to a heterogeneous group comprised of half the students.

Teachers must coordinate efforts so that both groups receive the same instruction and are grouped to maintain diversity. Parallel Teaching 6 Types of Co-Teaching Within your group, discuss examples of how each model might look in your classrooms/ grade levels. Putting Co-teaching into Practice Let's discuss your ideas! What do you think about the co-teaching model? Work with a partner and address each of these questions:
How can you implement these strategies?
How can you create a collaborative co-teaching atmosphere?
What are some strategies that have not been discussed? How can you make co-teaching happen with your interns? THANK YOU!
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