Co-Teaching as Best Practice in Student Teaching Co-Teaching Overview 1.

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  • Slide 1
  • Co-Teaching as Best Practice in Student Teaching Co-Teaching Overview 1
  • Slide 2
  • Co-Teaching is defined as two teachers (cooperating teacher and teacher candidate) working together with groups of students-sharing the planning, organization, delivery and assessment of instruction, as well as the physical space. Both teachers are actively involved and engaged in all aspects of instruction 2
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  • Co-Teaching is an Attitude An attitude of sharing the classroom and students Co-Teachers must always be thinking WERE BOTH TEACHING 3
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  • Why Co-Teach? Greater student participation and engagement Increase instructional options for all students Enhanced collaboration skills 4
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  • At the Heart of Co-Teaching Building better relationships Communication/Collaboration Co-Teaching/Co-Planning Active vs. Passive Use expertise of cooperating teacher Attitude Best way to meet students 5
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  • Co-Teaching Strategies One Teach, One Observe One Teach, One Assist Station Teaching Parallel Teaching Supplemental Teaching Alternative (Differentiated) Teaching Team Teaching 6
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  • Key Elements Co-teaching Workshop for CT & US One teacher candidate per classroom Co-teaching integrated into teacher preparation curriculum Clearly defined expectations, including solo teaching time Support for CTs and Teacher Candidates Designated planning time for co-teaching each week 7
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  • Stages of Concern for Teacher Candidates Pre-teaching Survival Teaching Situation Pupils 8
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  • Connections Think about the JSU project for co-teaching. What is your specific role? Where do you fit in based on your role? 9
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  • Creating an Environment for Co-Teaching 10
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  • Co-Teaching Strategies One Teach, One Observe One Teach, One Assist Station Teaching Parallel Teaching Supplemental Teaching Alternative (Differentiated) Teaching Team Teaching 11
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  • Co-Teaching is not simply dividing the tasks and responsibilities between two people. Co-Teaching is an attitude of sharing the classroom and students Co-Teachers must always be thinking Were Both Teaching! 12
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  • Co-Teaching Strategies Graphic Organizer 13

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