Team Teaching

Team teaching is a strategy that has been around for years, but creating teams—whether in response to district expectations or as a way of dealing with changes in teaching practice—needs careful thought in order to succeed. While teaming means the partners must reconfigure much of their teaching lives, it can be done successfully, as this book affirms.

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Team teaching is a strategy that has been around for years, but creating teams—whether in response to district expectations or as a way of dealing with changes in teaching practice—needs careful thought in order to succeed. While teaming means the partners must reconfigure much of their teaching lives, it can be done successfully, as this book affirms. Chock-full of ideas and insights, Team Teaching discusses the social and personal implications of teaming, illuminating the process w...read more

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1. Team Teaching Configurations
2. Beginnings
3. When the Door Closes: Getting Started
4. Changing, Growing, Becoming
5. Endings
6. The Downside of Team Teaching
7. The Upside of Team Teaching
8. How Principals See Team Teaching
9. Through Students' and Parents' Eyes
Appendix A The Story of Our Study / Appendix B Checklist of Team Teacher Issues / Appendix C Parent Survey on Team Teaching / Appendix D A Question Posed to a Team Teacher
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Grade Range: K-12
Media: 120 pp/paper
Year: 1995
Item No: 0040
ISBN: 978-157110-040-5

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