Co-Teaching: Partners in Practice

Course 5843

Co-teaching has increasingly become more popular as education moves to more collaborative models of instruction. This course will help you to reflect on what you can bring to a co-teaching framework, and to reflect on aspects of co-teaching that are essential for you (and your partner!) to succeed in that environment. You’ll learn the different co-teaching models, how to co-teach with a specialist, and how to apply specific strategies to foster learning in a collaborative environment.

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What you will learn:

Goals and Objectives of this Course:

  • Use provided prompts specific to co-teaching to describe assumptions and insights of practitioners, researchers and self, including how the information relates to professional educational practice.
  • Design and implement an activity for use in the co-teaching classroom.
  • Collaborate with a colleague on a Communication Creed.
  • Develop an action plan to challenge the status quo related to traditional co-teaching and/or instructional models.
  • Discuss, in writing, how to divide co-teaching roles and responsibilities and methods for conflict resolution.
  • Analyze video of co-teaching in action observing for best practices.
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