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  • InstructionINTRODUCTION TO EXCEPTIONALITIES SPED 23000 INSTRUCTOR: BRIAN FRIEDT
  • This week We are going to talk a lot about co-teaching. We’re not going to talk about a lot else. Inclusion (and, by extension, co-teaching) has popped up over and over in our discussions and in your writing. I feel good about broad instructional implications.
  • Read first! Read first this week! I’ll refer back to the Mastroipieri, Scruggs, and McDuffie piece a lot!
  • Co-teaching situations I will reference (you’ve heard about some of these over the semester) 10th grade biological science (Chad – six years) 9th grade integrated math (Lauren – one year) 10th grade transitions geometry (Dan – two years) 4th grade – (Linda and Kim – 4 years)
  • Things to keep in mind Equity Shared responsibility Planning Conscious creation of positive professional relationships Training Volunteering (?)
  • Definitions [Co-teachers are] equal partners in dynamic and interactive relationships (Walthers-Thomas, Bryant, Land, 1996). [Co-teaching is] a shared teaching space with a diverse student group, shared responsibility for planning and for instruction, and substantive teaching by both co-teaching partners (Rice and Zigmond, 2000).
  • Models One teach/one assist (and its cousins) Station teaching Parallel teaching Alternative teaching Team-teaching
  • One teach/one assist Research suggests that this is the dominant mode. It’s also the poorest use of the practice. It goes both ways. Cousins:  One teach/one collect data (nice)  One teach/one evaluate (dependent on good relationship)  One teach/one go to meetings (reality)
  • Station teaching/parallel teaching Big benefits of co-teaching  Smaller teacher to student ratio  Increased instructional intensity Because of that, these two are total winners.  Parallel: both teachers teaching the same thing  Station: each teacher teaching something different Planning! Space!
  • Alternative teaching Really starting to dig into what accommodation and modification mean. This can wind up being something more restrictive than it intends to be. It can go in both directions.
  • Team teaching When you get this one right, it’s like a ballet. It’s hard to pull off.  Planning!  Relationship!  Experience!
  • Collaboration Interesting stuff in the RTI + co-teaching piece  Tier one:  General education + special education consultation  Tier two:  General education + co-teaching  Tier three:  Individualized instruction (special education) You will collaborate without co-teaching.