Understanding Coteaching Components

Gately, Susan E.; Gately Jr., Frank J.
March 2001
Teaching Exceptional Children;Mar/Apr2001, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p40
Academic Journal
Describes the components of coteaching and gives examples of what the teacher interactions of that component may resemble at each of the developmental stages of coteaching. Interpersonal communication; Physical arrangement; Familiarity with the curriculum; Curriculum goals and modifications; Instruction planning; Instructional presentation; Classroom management. INSETS: What is Coteaching?;Stages of the Coteaching Process..


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