What it is Not!0 Teachers grading papers0 Writing in folders0 Working on your iPad0 Leaving to go to the restroom0 The kids knowing you are not listening.
What it Looks Like0 Teachers and Librarian bouncing back and forth during lesson.0 Teachers actively participating in the lesson.0 Teachers adding value to lesson.0 Teachers engaged!
Second Six WeeksCheck Out Only Co-Taught Dropped Off Taught Alone 4% 42% 42% 12%
Fourth Six WeeksCheck Out Only Co- Taught Drop Off Taught Alone 8% 15% 13% 64%
Advantages to Co-Teaching0 Co-teaching provides instructors with feedback and different points of view, while also giving them the freedom to emphasize certain content areas or teaching practices that they feel are most important for students.10 Co-teaching empowers instructors and enables them to explore more imaginative solutions to problems; it may result in increased instructor confidence, skill levels, motivation, professional satisfaction, personal support, and opportunities for personal growth and collaboration.2