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Formative a. 5

Formative assessment 5 co-teaching

TermDefinition
Accommodation Changing the way material is being presented and not the content.
Modification Changing the content that is being taught, and not just the way it is being presented.
Inclusion A philosophy that students with disabilities have a right to receive their education in the general education setting in that same classroom but with the necessary support and services that may be needed.
Assistive technology Any thing or any tool that can make life easier and increase independence for people with disabilities.
Lead and Support One teacher teaches while the other teacher circulates giving assistance. Typically the content teacher is in the front of the room teaching while the special education teacher is giving assistance.
Station Teaching Individually planning, the content is being delivered separately by each teacher. A teacher is at each station but each teacher teachers something different. Midway through or at a given time the teacher switches.
Parallel Teaching Joint planning, students are split into two different groups, content teachers teaching the exact same concept at the exact same time, just in different groups.
Alternative Teaching Equal content knowledge, but one teaches a large group while the other teaches a small group. The general education teacher usually teaches the large group while the special education teacher teaches the small group.
Team Teaching Joint Planning and both teachers deliver instruction as one. This is really the team teaching we should be working towards.
Instructional Technology Making learning content as accessible as possible through technology and teaching.
Created by: kzukoff