Authors

Shelby T. Grubesky '15, Gettysburg College

Document Type

Poster

Date of Creation

Fall 2014

Department

Education

Abstract

Co-Teaching is a model of teaching that was implemented to respond to the evolving policy that requires students to be instructed by highly qualified teachers in the least restrictive environment. Often this means providing special education support in the general education classroom. This poster examines the effectiveness of Co-Teaching by focusing on academic achievement, student reported benefits and parent perspectives. It also provides models and tips for educators to make their Co-Teaching more effective.

Comments

This poster was presented as part of Prof. Divonna Stebick's course, Educ 340: Teaching Students with Diverse Needs, Fall 2014.

Additional Files

Grubesky, Shelby- Effectiveness of Co-Teaching.ppt (1826 kB)
PowerPoint of Poster

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