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Co-Teaching

Co-Teaching- terms related to the collaborative process

TermDefinition
Lead and Support Content teacher teaches at front of room while special education teacher walks around room answering questions
Station Teaching A teacher sits at each station and provide different learning activities. The students circulate among the stations.
Parallel Teaching The class is divided in half as each teacher teaches the same content to each group.
Alternative Teaching One teacher teaches the large group while the other teaches a small group of students.
Team Teaching Teachers plan and teach together as on unit.
Accommodation Supports that allow student to access the general education curriculum
Modification Change the general education content and expectations for the student.
Inclusion A philosophy in which student will special needs learn along side their general education peers.
Instructional Technology Tools used to engage all students in curriculum by building on learning and providing real world application.
Assistive Technology Is technology used by special needs students to access the general education curriculum.
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