The authors identify three stages of successful collaboration and provide research-based instructional techniques, case studies, sample activities for lesson plans, and additional resources for inclusive classrooms.

Putting It All Together: Co-Teaching with Integrity

Putting It All Together: Co-Teaching with Integrity

Putting it all together: Co-teaching with integrity

Eleventh-grade co-teachers Mr. Kibaki (general educator) and Ms. James (special educator) are reflecting on their first year of co-teaching. Mr. Kibaki has been teaching high school beginning, intermediate, and advanced algebra for five years. This was the first year of teaching for Ms. James. Co-teaching in math has become more prevalent in the Maple Tree School District due to the importance of student math scores on state and district tests and increased high school math requirements for all students. As this pair reflects on their co-teaching experience, they realize that they successfully addressed issues that potentially could have spelled disaster for them and their students. Although their personalities, instructional philosophies, and experience ...

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