SPD-310 Co-teaching comic

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  • Co-Teaching
  • Co-Teaching Madness
  • 1 teaching, 1 observing
  • Math Mrs. Cottage
  • 3x3= 4x4= 10x10=
  • why is this new teacher is watching Mrs. Cottage.
  • 1 teaching, 1 observing
  • Great Idea!
  • Kayla- confuses times table Darren-looses interest/concentration Chari Rea- at grade level, understood lesson
  • Let's break up the lessons with example questions they make themselves and switch with each other to answer.
  • by: Danielle Devlin SPD-310 Professor Davis
  • 1 teaching, 1 assisting
  • Vocabulary words: 1.  save 6. four 2. for 7.grab 3. light 8.heavy 4. mail 9.these 5. shop 10. teacher
  • Mrs. Cottage is teaching a math lesson of multiples, and Mr. Smith is observing the class for the first time.
  • 1 teaching, 1 assisting
  • Mrs. Cottage and Mr. Smith are discussing the different issues that each of the students have and creating a plan for better lesson success and measuring the understanding of the concept.
  • 1 teaching, 1 assisting
  • Mrs. Cottage is introducing the weekly vocabulary words to the students, they are written on the board, the students are then to copy the words down into their agendas for studying at home.
  • The students write the words down in their agendas and Mr. Smith is walking around checking for spelling errors and answer questions the students have about the new vocabulary words.
  • Mr. Smith helps Harper with a spelling error.
  • Team Teaching
  • Class, who can tell me what they remember from yesterdays science lesson? 
  • Team Teaching
  • OH, I Can!! 
  • We talked about lighting strikes and the dangers is has on people who can get struck. 
  • Team Teaching
  • Yes, that correct Michael! What else can you all tell me about lighting? 
  • Team Teaching is when both teachers take the floor, sharing ideas and splitting up the lesson. One teacher could ask questions to bring up ideas, and the the other teacher can introduce new ideas to keep the conversation going. 
  • Alternative Teaching
  • Anatomy
  • Having the class recall about previously taught lessons can help the teachers measure was was taken away from that lesson to know what needs to be brought up and spoken about.
  • Alternative Teaching
  • Yes, but the body is born with 270 bones Mrs. Cottage, isn't it?
  • The human body has 206 bones, and is made of 60% water.
  • The teachers can then pick up on what the students have learned, reiterate what seems to be lacking, and then go on to introduce new ideas and feed off what has been taught. Following up at the end of the lesson is always a good way to end the activity.
  • Alternative Teaching
  • Can anyone tell me what they remember about the human body, or what they know about the human body?
  • The body is made up with tiny cells.
  • One teacher introduces and explains the lesson and ideas. While the other teacher focuses in on a certain topic within the lesson, and can also be walking around assisting and discussing between students that topic, having them feed off those ideas to continue the thought process.
  • Where did the other 54 bone go?
  • wow, thats a lot of liquid!
  • Some students may work better in smaller groups, having one teacher have the class, and the other teacher takes a smaller group of the students to work with them.
  • Alternative teaching is the co-teaching method that allows for the students to receive more of a one-on-one but in small group form.
  • hmm...the human body is strong.
  • Parallel Teaching
  • Parallel Teaching
  • Parallel Teaching
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  • Station Teaching
  • Can anyone tell me what the red is?
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  • Station Teaching
  • Lets watch this short film about the human body.
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  • Station Teaching
  • Name the parts of the human eye.
  • Station teaching gives the teachers the opportunity to work with students in the different areas with special activities, allowing them to understand where they are in the subject topic and how they could help to better their understanding.
  • That is the heart.
  • Anatomy 101
  • Students can learn better in smaller groups. Group work can be accomplished easier with a smaller groups with one teacher, while another teacher works on a different activity with another group, and then the third group could be working by themselves or independently on an easier activity.
  • Independent work can always be overseen by the teachers observing and checking over the work that was completed. This is also good foe students to read the instructions, look over the activity and them complete the activity, put the pieces together to complete this area of the group/station work.
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