This Doesn't Look Familiar!

Wilson, Gloria Lodato
May 2005
Intervention in School & Clinic;May2005, Vol. 40 Issue 5, p271
Academic Journal
Among the challenges of delivering services to students with disabilities via a co-teaching model (the pairing of special and general education teachers in a general education classroom) is the dilemma of how to observe teachers in such a setting. Collaboration between a university and a large school district with special and general education supervisors investigated how the two disciplines looked at a co-taught lesson at the secondary level. Then, through a series of interactive workshops, special and general education supervisors developed a common lens for viewing a co-taught lesson, resulting in a guided format for observing co-teachers. INSET: How can I determine if a co-taught collaborative inclusion....


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