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1. Students with disabilities are provided access to the general education curriculum and general education setting 2. Students with disabilities will still receive specialized instruction 3. Students will have the opportunity to be taught in an intense, individualized manner 4. Greater instructional intensity and differentiated instruction 5. Teachers will learn from each other’s expertise and expand the scope of their teaching capacity 6. Reduces negative stigma associated with pull-out programs 7. Students with disabilities may feel more connected with their peer group Models of Co-teaching: (defined by Friend and Cook, 2004). 1. One teach, one observe: one teacher delivers instruction while the other observes student learning and assesses student understanding and academic functioning 2. One teach, one assist: one teacher will take the lead in providing instruction while the other moves around the classroom and assists students who may be struggling 3. Parallel Teaching: The class is divided in half and the same material is presented at the same time by both teachers (teacher to student ratio becomes more manageable) 4. Station Teaching: Both teachers are actively involved in instruction and the students rotate from one station to the next, learning new material 5. Alternative Teaching: One teacher takes a small group of students and provides instruction that is different than what the large group is receiving 6. Team Teaching: Both teachers instruct on the same lesson with all students present
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What does CTT stand for? Some people think it's "creative thinkers thinking," or "cool teachers teaching." Others say it's "conflict tackling together." While CTT means all of the above, it stands for "collaborative team teaching" and refers to the idea of a co-teaching partnership.
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