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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

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 share planning, instruction and assessment of students to ensure student success

  • 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 share planning, instruction and assessment of students to ensure student success

  • 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 share planning, instruction and assessment of students to ensure student success

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%.


Roles
Roles share planning, instruction and assessment of students to ensure student success


6 structures
6 Structures share planning, instruction and assessment of students to ensure student success

  • Teaming (occasional)

  • Station teaching (frequent)

  • Alternative (occasional)

  • Parallel Teaching (frequent)

  • One teach; one observe (occasional)

  • One teach, One assist (occasional)


Successful models
Successful Models share planning, instruction and assessment of students to ensure student success

  • 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

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 share planning, instruction and assessment of students to ensure student success

Debra Howard

Leadership and Special Education Coach

debra.howard@k12.wa.us

509-991-1413