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  • One Teach/One Support is often used when teaching new material/concepts or when one teacher has greater content expertise than the other.
  • One teacher leads instruction, while the other provides support to students who need additional help or enrichment, gathers observation data, or provides classroom management.
  • Caution: If used too often with the same teacher taking the instructional lead, the One Teach/One Support format can lead to students seeing one teacher as the authority over the other teacher.
  • One Teach/One Support is often used when teaching new material/concepts or when one teacher has greater content expertise than the other.
  • Each teacher works with a small group of children who rotate among various stations to complete the different tasks related to the same instructional content/objective.
  • Station Teaching is an efficient use of time that allows all students to experience multiple related instructional activities. 
  • Class is split into small groups with each co-teacher responsible for implementing the same lesson to a group.
  • Communication and planning must be done together for the co-teachers to develop the parallel structure and to assure that groups receive the same quality instruction.
  • One teacher instructs a large group while the other works with a smaller group on different content/tasks.
  • Teachers work together to determine the groups and the objectives and expected outcomes, activities, and assessment for the content they 
  • When properly implemented, Team Teaching shows clear evidence that the teachers planned together in order to integrate their roles within the lesson. 
  • Both teachers "play off" each other while sharing the instructional role.
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