One of the key elements of my new book, “Best Practices for Co-Teaching & Collaboration” is a huge range of co-teaching models that can be applied to a number of classroom situations.
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 [...]
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.
Want to take your co-teaching up another level? Try using the “one teach and one interpret” co-teaching model.