• •One Teach, One Observe: One adult is in the lead role, the other is taking data.

    •Station Teaching: Two stations are teacher directed and one is independent.  Students rotate throughout stations

    •Parallel Teaching: The class is split into two groups.  Each teacher is teaching same lesson using their own teaching style.

    •Alternative Teaching: One teacher takes a small group for pre-teaching, re-teaching or enrichment while other leads rest of class.

    •Teaming: Both teachers are equally responsible for lesson.
    •One Teach, One Assist: One teacher leads while others help small group.
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  • -Increases learning options for all students by reducing the teacher-student ratio.
    -Wider range of instructional techniques and strategies by combining the knowledge and expertise of two professionals.
    -Utilizes the unique perspectives of general and special educators who share their strengths to create teaching approaches that could not occur if only one teacher were present.
    -Reduces the stigma for students with learning differences.
    -Increases time for individualized attention for all students.
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  • “Co-teaching is an instructional delivery approach in which two or more certified professionals with different knowledge, skills and talents have joint responsibility, accountability, and mutual ownership for designing, delivering, monitoring and evaluating instruction for a diverse group of learners.”

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