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Co-Teaching as Best Practice in Student Teaching. Team Teaching Strategy. Team Teaching. One Teach, One Assist. How can teachers blend their teaching styles and expertise? LOOK FOR : Evidence of this phrase- “one brain in two bodies”. Team Teaching. Team Teaching.

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Co teaching as best practice in student teaching

Co-Teaching as Best Practice inStudent Teaching

Team

Teaching

Strategy


One teach one assist

Team Teaching

One Teach, One Assist

How can teachers blend their teaching styles and expertise?

LOOK FOR: Evidence of this phrase- “one brain in two bodies”


Team teaching

Team Teaching

Team Teaching

Well planned, team taught lessons, exhibit an invisible of flow of instruction with no prescribed division of authority. Both teachers are actively involved in the lesson. From a student’s perspective, there is no clearly defined leader, as both teachers share the instruction, are free to interject information, and available to assist students and answer questions.


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Team Teaching

Team Teaching

  • JSU Faculty: Mrs. Bavonese and Mrs. Clonts demonstrate how co-teachers share the responsibility of teaching in a college classroom. Watch Video.

  • Elementary: Ms. Nelms and Ms. Boch seamlessly become the lead teacher and the assisting teacher throughout the lesson. Watch Video.

  • Secondary: Ms. Cooper and Mr. Green teach a science lesson together by seamlessly conveying information and examples to the students. Watch Video.

  • All: A team of two pre-service teachers (Watch Video) and a JSU faculty and pre-service teacher team (Watch Video) both give additional examples of team teaching.


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