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CoTeaching: 5 Types

CoTeaching Types

Lead and Support One teacher instructs while the other provides assistance.
Station Teaching Individually planned content delivered separately by each teacher. Throughout class, they switch groups. Each stations does something different.
Parallel Teaching Dividing the class into smaller groups and teaching the exact content at the same time. Joint planning, consistently delivered content
Alternative Teaching Dividing the class into two groups: one large & one small. Joint planning, equal knowledge. Ex: kids who need to catch up are in the small group while the others continue on; or those ahead can be in the small group while the others learn at pace.
Team Teaching Joint planning; both teachers deliver instruction as one; going back and forth; "gold standard"
Created by: KyLucas