Ch_5_Co-Teaching (1) - Chapter5 J

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Chapter 5
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Co-Teaching is a service delivery option for  providing special education or related services  to students with disabilities or other special  needs in their general education classes. It is not a synonym for collaboration. It is not the same as “team teaching.”
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Two or more professionals Joint delivery of instruction Diverse group of students Shared classroom space
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An approach for meeting the educational needs  of students with diverse learning abilities Curricular access with intense and  individualized instruction within the general  education setting
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One Teaching, One Observing Station Teaching Parallel Teaching Alternative Teaching Teaming One Teaching, One Assisting
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Use early in the year so that teachers can  learn each other’s teaching styles. It is not to be used exclusively.
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