Team Teaching. Special Educational Needs. To get us started…. What are your experiences of team teaching? Was it a success? Would you try it again? What are your views on team teaching? Do you think it could help you, in your own classroom?. School Context.
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Special Educational Needs
(Subject teachers, tutors, Guidance team, care team, pastoral care team, primary schools, Parents, HSCL, School Completion, NEPS, SENO, Enable Ireland, Speech & language therapist)
“Engaging the Reluctant Learner”, “The Road to Inclusion and Differentiation” Team Teaching is mentioned as an effective strategy.
September 2007 – May 2008
One Team – Sarah & Máire
No previous experience of team teaching
TY English – 20 pupils, 9 pupils with SEN
RA ranging from 8:11 to 15+
“ You have more help if you get stuck”, “more help”, “learn more”, “getting more work done”, “they pay more attention to us”, “can get help faster”, “have better chance of getting a question answered, easier, help with the homework”, “less messing in the class”, “more strict so more work done”, “one teacher can help so the class isn’t disturbed”
“more giving out”, “if you get in trouble you have two teachers giving out”, “can’t mess”, “you get caught easier if you’re messing”.
7 pupils said there were no disadvantages