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Curipod generated lesson: "Co-Teaching". #professional-development

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1. Word cloud
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The Foundations of Co-Teaching
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Co-teaching is a practice in which two or more educators teach the same group of students simultaneously. It is an instructional approach that allows teachers to work together and use each other’s strengths to support student learning. This approach can help ensure that all students receive high-quality instruction.
What is Co-Teaching?
3. Poll
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What is your opinion about Co-Teaching?
  • It is very beneficial for students.
  • It is a great way to share teaching responsibilities.
  • It is not effective for learning.
  • It is a waste of time.
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Co-teaching can help students with different learning styles, such as visual learners or auditory learners, to understand content better. Co-teaching can be used to help students with special needs or struggling students to stay on track with their learning. Co-teaching can be used to supplement traditional instruction by providing students with alternative activities or learning experiences.
Did you know?
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Co-teaching can help improve student behavior in the classroom. Co-teaching can help create an environment that is more conducive to learning. Co-teaching can provide a more diverse range of instructional strategies and activities.
Did you know?
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The Six Model of Co-Teaching
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Team Teaching: two teachers working together to teach the same group of students, usually in the same classroom. One Teach, One Observe: one teacher is responsible for teaching the lesson while the other observes and provides feedback.
Six Models of Co-Teaching:
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One Teach, One Assist: One person has primary teaching responsibility, while the other teacher circulates providing assistance to students as needed. Station Teaching: Students rotate through learning stations facilitated by different teachers.
Six Models of Co-Teaching:
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Parallel Teaching: Both teachers covering the same information, but divide the class into two groups and teach simultaneously. Alternative Teaching: One teacher takes responsibility for teaching a larger group while the other teacher works with a smaller group (typically for remediation and/or differentiation purposes).
Six Models of Co-Teaching:
10. Open question
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Quiz Time! Let's see what you have learned about co-teaching!
11. Poll
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What is co-teaching?
  • Teaching through online platforms
  • A teaching method where two or more teachers work together in a classroom
  • A teaching method used in vocational schools
12. Poll
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Which of the following is NOT a common co-teaching model?
  • Parallel Teaching Model
  • Station Teaching Model
  • Independent Teaching Model
13. Open question
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How can the strengths of each teacher be best utilized when co-teaching?
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What are the benefits of co-teaching?
  • Reduced workload for teachers and improved classroom management
  • Limited teacher-student interaction
  • Enhanced student learning, increased teacher collaboration, and differentiated instruction
15. Drawings
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Question: You are a co-teaching team. How can you ensure both teachers are equally respected and heard in the classroom? Clues: • Think about how to distribute the teaching roles and responsibilities. • Create a plan for how both teachers will collaborate throughout the lesson. • Be mindful of the teachers' background knowledge and experience. In pairs: Select and solve one of the tasks: A. Come up with a co-teaching strategy and illustrate it in a drawing. B. Create a scenario with two teachers and show how they would co-teach in the classroom.
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