Coteaching in International Contexts: Research and Practice

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Colette Murphy, Kathryn Scantlebury
Springer Science & Business Media, Apr 2, 2010 - Education - 403 pages
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Coteaching is two or more teachers teaching together, sharing responsibility for meeting the learning needs of students and, at the same time, learning from each other. Working as collaborators on every aspect of instruction, coteachers plan, teach and evaluate lessons together. Over the past decade, because coteaching can be highly beneficial to both students and teachers it has become an increasingly important element of science teacher education and is expanding into other content areas and educational settings. This edited book brings together ten years' work on the research and the practice of coteaching and its impact on teaching and learning, predominantly in the sciences. It includes contributions from Europe, United States and Australia and presents an doverview of theory and practice common to most studies.

 

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Contents

Chapter 1
1
Chapter 2
11
Chapter 3
35
Introduction
53
References
54
Coteaching in Science Education Courses Transforming Teacher Preparation Through Shared Responsibility
56
Chapter 5
79
Introduction
101
Chapter 10
194
Chapter 11
219
Chapter 12
241
Chapter 13
262
Chapter 14
281
Chapter 15
305
Chapter 16
326
Chapter 17
349

Chapter 6
104
Chapter 7
125
Chapter 8
147
Chapter 9
169
Chapter 18
369
Epilogue
382
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