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  • Today we will be learning how to do long division.
  • Please sit properly while Ms. Smith teaches you about the White House!
  • Ok students are you ready to learn?
  • At my station we will be doing an activity to learn about gravity!
  • With me we will learn about the planets!
  • One Teaching One Observing- One teacher will be giving the lesson while the other collects data in order to find information such as an individuals needs and how to teach the class as a whole better. Teachers should always review together afterwards and both must be continuously proactive (WebAdmin S. 2004). This is a beneficial way to efficiently learn as much as possible about your students and how to teach them in the best way possible.
  • Today we will be doing an activity to learn about Amelia Earhart 
  • Today we will be doing an activity to learn about Amelia Earhart 
  • One Teaching One Assisting- Is a positive way to ensure the style of teaching is as hands on as possible and all students receive assistance. The one teaching will focus on the lesson and mandatory information while the one assisting will help manage behavior issues as well as answer questions. (Tina Spencer, M.S. CONSULTATION/ COLLABORATION, 2012)
  • Today we will be learning about dividing fractions 
  • Our group will be reviewing yesterdays lesson of dividing whole numbers
  • Station Teaching- Teachers will divide the class into groups and at each station (most likely two) the teachers will teach different but corresponding lessons. This allows for students to be engaged, teachers to "tag-team" the content, and incorporate multiple teaching styles.
  • We will be partnering up and playing jeopardy about US history . Be sure to take notes!
  • Parallel Teaching- Is a tool that many co-teachers use in order to divide the glass and teach identical or similar lessons but to two separate groups.(5 Co-Teaching Formats, n,a,) This will allow for more individualized teaching and hands-on experience. The groups should be separated strategically using data and factoring in behavior as well as academic tendencies so that both groups will learn to the best of their ability.
  • Alternative Teaching-  When using this form of teaching one teacher will continue to teach  a majority of the class while the co-teacher will take an individual or small group to teach them separately. This can be done for multiple reasons. The small group may need to ave a "re-teach" session where they review the previous lesson because they can not continue successfully without knowing that content well. Or also because that group may have a different form of learning style that the co-teacher can assist with.
  • Team Teaching- An extremely common and positive tool used in the classroom by co-teachers. Both teachers will clearly plan the lesson together as well as teach together. Both will play off of one another and keep the class together as a whole. Like the saying goes, "Two heads are better than one" and this technique truly shows that using two individuals knowledge to teach will help improve instruction.
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