Title

Co-Teaching in the Special Education Setting: Tips on How to Effectively Collaborate

Date of Award

Summer 2021

Document Type

Project (696 or 796 registration)

Degree Name

Master of Science in Special Education

Department

Graduate Studies

Committee Chair

Jed Locquiao

Abstract

Co-teaching and collaboration are terms that can be used interchangeably, and both refer to how professionals and others work together in a variety of situations. Co-teaching is specifically two teachers or professionals working together to deliver a lesson to a diverse set of students and is a teaching model that is gaining more and more popularity as it is researched more. This project reviews co-teaching history in literature as well as advantages, disadvantages and what teachers need in order to create an effective co-taught classroom. For the purpose of this project, informal information was gathered from special education teachers who have experience with co-teaching. This is summarized in the second portion of this project. The final part of this project gives tips for teachers that are new to co-teaching. These tips were created with the prior literature review and teacher input in mind.

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