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Co-Teaching. OSSS Webinar for Teacher February 19, 2014. Purpose. Develop understanding of co- teaching, its structures, and essential supports for its effectiveness Research on effectiveness Resources available.

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co teaching

Co-Teaching

OSSS Webinar for Teacher

February 19, 2014

purpose
Purpose
  • Develop understanding of co-teaching, its structures, and essential supports for its effectiveness
  • Research on effectiveness
  • Resources available
co teaching is defined as

General education teacher and special education provider share planning, instruction and assessment of students to ensure student success

Co-teaching is defined as

“…..as a specific service delivery option that is based on collaboration.”

Marilyn Friend and Lynne Cook

“Interactions: Collaboration Skills for School Professionals”

Co-Teach Part 1

co teaching is
Co-teaching is
  • An option for providing special services
  • Implemented by two certificated educators
  • Sharing responsibility for instruction (planning, teaching, assessing)
  • Ensuring ALL students are full class members
  • Focus is access to curriculum

NOT –an extra set of hands

NOT – alternating classroom responsibility

NOT – one person teaching, the other roaming

research
Research
  • A few studies document moderate effect size for student outcomes
  • Many studies focused on concerns and perception
  • Qualitative studies reveal a preponderance of “one teach-one assist” which is not considered ‘highly recommended’

CONLUSION: More research is needed

results
Results

DeKalb County*

Closer to home

North Central High

Co-taught math classes outperform other math classes

Blaine Middle School

Better outcomes in Math than ELA

  • ELA –Passing rate for SWD increased 10.7% between 2007 and 2010, while State decreased 3.8%.
  • Math –Passing rate for SWD increased 3.7% between 2007 and 2010, while State decreased 2.5%.
6 structures
6 Structures
  • Teaming (occasional)
  • Station teaching (frequent)
  • Alternative (occasional)
  • Parallel Teaching (frequent)
  • One teach; one observe (occasional)
  • One teach, One assist (occasional)
successful models
Successful Models
  • Commit to planning and professional development
  • Ensure clarity on roles and responsibilities
  • Provide for common planning
  • Build agreement on class rules and discipline
  • Assess program effectiveness
resources

OSSS coaches will tailor support for your school (no cost)

  • Networking in region and in state
Resources

Maryland Learning Links

2TeachLLC

Marilyn Friend

Vanderbilt IRIS

NICHY

Friend (2008) Co-Teach: A handbook for creating and sustaining effective classroom partnerships in exclusive schools

contact
Contact

Debra Howard

Leadership and Special Education Coach

debra.howard@k12.wa.us

509-991-1413

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