Two Support Student Participation and Engagement - The HOW of Co-teaching While this implementation of the co-teaching models is very similar to Both Facilitate Participation and Collect Data, there is one key difference: The focus is on engaging with students rather than collecting data during stud [...]
Two Teach and Debate - The HOW of Co-teaching This co-teaching implementation is a powerful way to co-teach, and a surprisingly simple and flexible co-teaching model. It could take two minutes, or ten, or even half a class period, if you choose. This implementation is a live demonstration for studen [...]
Both Facilitate Participation and Collect Data - The HOW of Co-teaching Don’t make co-teaching harder than it needs to be. This co-teaching implementation takes interactive student activities up a level and offers ways to collect the student data you need to support effective instruction. Specialist [...]
One Teach, One Summarize - The HOW of Co-teaching This co-teaching implementation maximizes the talent of both adults in the room, even if one does not know the curriculum verbatim. With this teaching strategy, you are modeling the skill of summarizing and increasing student recall and comprehension [...]
I walked into an eighth-grade language arts classroom to find two co-teachers and 28 students absolutely focused on the lesson. The desks and chairs had been arranged into two sections, creating a makeshift conference table. On the other side of the room, the same arrangement was repeated, implementing a dynamic and effective co-teaching model.