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Co teaching

  1. 1. Co-Teaching
  2. 2. Debriefing How did it go? Good? Bad? Ugly? Concerns? Questions about the explicit lesson plan?
  3. 3. Wiki Making new pages Uploading documents Linking to pages and documents Scheduling observations
  4. 4. Coming up…. Student Teaching Handbook Reflection on this week of observation due by Monday. Upload to Wiki. Class Schedules Assumptions chart p. 26-28 (due next class) Vodcast due Feb 3 Next week…at least one wonderfully crafted lesson! You are to be teaching (something)by the week of Feb 6th! We could possibly start observations the week of February 6th , for sure by February 13th ! Posting Lesson Plans and weekly reflections
  5. 5. Co-Teaching(or how to spec ed in someone else’s classroom) Co-Teaching is an educational approach in which two teachers work in a coactive and coordinated fashion to jointly teach academically and behaviorally heterogeneous groups of students in an integrated setting.
  6. 6. Benefits of Co-Teaching Expedites transition into the general education setting Enables teachers to function on a proactive basis Increases job satisfaction Reduces stress and burnout Increases teaching and learning potential Decreases problems with generalization across settings Provides students with more cohesive programs
  7. 7. Benefits of Co-Teaching(contd.) Provides the expertise of two professionals in planning and problem solving Provides students with a model of collaboration Allows students to work with teachers with different styles Allows student assessment to be classroom- based Increases the potential for students who are having difficulty to receive assistance
  8. 8. Co-Teaching Components Co-Planning * Co-Instructing Co-Assessing
  9. 9. Co-Teaching Thereare 5 models of what co teaching can look like (6 really)  One teach, one support  Station teaching  Parallel teaching  Alternative teaching  Team teaching  One teach, one come in and modify tests
  10. 10. One Teach, One Support Most Common One lead teacher (usually the core certified teacher)  Teaches the class One support teacher (usually the special education teacher)  Circulates and gives individual support to all students (special ed and general ed) Little co-planning happens
  11. 11. Station Teaching Teachers divide content Students are distributed evenly (both teachers teach both gen ed and spec ed) Separate but shared responsibilities
  12. 12. Parallel Teaching Both teachers teach the same content (at the same time Each deliver instruction to half the class (heterogeneous make up of students in each half) Joint planning (including accommodations and modifications)
  13. 13. Alternative Teaching One large group, one small group Small group pre-teaches, reinforces or reteaches large group  Small group can be made of both spec ed and gen ed students Joint planning
  14. 14. *Team Teaching Shared instruction Coordinated activities in one lesson Mutual trust and commitment Co-planning
  15. 15.  Reflection on this week of observation due by Monday. Upload to Wiki. Make a wiki page/link to a page with your classroom/day schedule Assumptions chart p. 26-28 (due next class) Vodcast due next week! (Feb 3) Next week….at least one wonderfully crafted lesson. You are to be teaching (something)by the week of February 6th! We could possibly start observations the week of February 6th , for sure by February 13th ! Posting Lesson Plans/Reflections

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