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Myths About Co-Teaching. Presented by: Janene Malone Jennifer Mihalecsko. The co-teaching classroom follows a different curriculum. Follows same curriculum as the other grade level classes Teachers plan as a grade level to ensure continuity General ed. classroom with modifications.

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myths about co teaching

MythsAboutCo-Teaching

Presented by:

Janene Malone

Jennifer Mihalecsko

the co teaching classroom follows a different curriculum
The co-teaching classroom follows a different curriculum
  • Follows same curriculum as the other grade level classes
  • Teachers plan as a grade level to ensure continuity
  • General ed. classroom with modifications
the co teaching classrooms move at a slower pace
The co-teaching classrooms move at a slower pace
  • Follows same curriculum map as grade level class
  • Teachers plan together-must stay on track
  • Children not “bored” due to differentiation
all the slow and or low students are put into the co teaching class
All the “slow” and/or “low” students are put into the co-teaching class
  • General ed. Classroom-students of ALL abilities are present
  • Class is differentiated to meet individual needs
  • Children are not “labeled” by being in a co-teaching class
children are distracted by having more than one adult in the classroom
Children are distracted by having more than one adult in the classroom
  • Allows for more one-on-one and small-group instruction
  • Always someone available to help
  • Expert instruction based on area of expertise