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1 Co-Teaching Pairs Training Fall 2014

2 What is Co-Teaching? Co-teaching is defined as two or more teachers working together with groups of students. They share responsibility for planning, delivery, and assessment of instruction, as well as the organization of the physical space.

3 Co-Teaching is Sharing Responsibility Intern Clinical Teacher Students

4 Cumulative Data From St. Cloud State University MCA Reading Proficiency Co-Taught One Licensed Teacher Non Co-Teaching Candidate P OVERALL (4 Year Cumulative) 78.8% N= % N= % N=572 <.001 Free/Reduced Lunch Eligible 65.0% N= % N= % N=222 <.001 Special Education Eligible 74.4% N= % N= % N=179 <.001 English Language Learners 44.7% N= % N= % N= Copyright 2011, St. Cloud State University, Research Funded by a US Department of Education, Teacher Quality Enhancement Grant Reading Proficiency  Minnesota Comprehensive Assessment  Compares Co-Taught and Not Co-Taught student teaching settings

5 Copyright 2011, St. Cloud State University, Research Funded by a US Department of Education, Teacher Quality Enhancement Grant Cumulative Data From St. Cloud State University Math Proficiency  Minnesota Comprehensive Assessment  Compares Co-Taught and Not Co-Taught student teaching settings MCA Math Proficiency Co-Taught One Licensed Teacher Non Co-Teaching Candidate P OVERALL (4 Year Cumulative) 72.9% N= % N= % N=597 <.001 Free/Reduced Lunch Eligible 54.2% N= % N= % N= Special Education Eligible 72.0% N= % N= % N=180 <.001 English Language Learners 30.5% N= % N= % N=41.656

6 Why Co-Teaching? Co-teaching provides an excellent experience for interns, Clinical Teachers, and P-12 Students. Interns Deeper understanding of curriculum through co-planning Increased confidence sooner during internship Improved classroom management skills Increased teaching time More opportunities to ask questions Clinical Teachers Time to provide consistent mentoring of interns Host interns without giving up their classroom Able to reach more students through small group work Better relationship with their intern Students Enhanced quality of learning for P- 12 students Receive more individual attention through work in smaller groups Get questions answered faster and work back sooner Better behavior/fewer disruptions

7 Review of Foundations Training One Teach, One Observe One Teach, One Assist Station Teaching Parallel Teaching Supplemental Teaching Alternative or Differentiated Teaching Team Teaching

8 Common Concerns During Internship ConcernDuring Senior I Beginning Senior II End of Senior II Classroom Management Relationship with CT Demands of Senior I Performance Time Management Planning Lessons Personal Issues Electronic Portfolios Relationship with colleagues Working with parents Teaching a different subject/grade

9 Communication Style Inventory

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11 Value Cards power challenge safety health approval sincerity Service (to others) variety routine comfort reading socializing wisdom trustworthiness adventure flair Self- improvement Clear expectations competition simplicity solitude punctuality

12 Program Expectations TraditionalCo-Teaching InternCTUSInternCTUS Progress Reports (4) * Planning Audio Recording Interviews Survey Strategies Chart

13 Strategies Chart Example The 7 Strategies Codes for Content Area Degree of Co-T Effectiveness Weekly Dates

14 Full Day Teaching Requirements  Co-Teaching interns are required to teach a minimum of 10 full days  5 of the 10 days must be solo You are responsible for all planning, teaching, and assessment on those days  Up to 5 of the 10 days may be co-teaching You are responsible for planning and leading all instruction Your Clinical Teacher (and Co-Intern where applicable) can co-teach with you during these 5 days.

15 Co-Planning During Co-Planning the Intern and Clinical Teacher will Work Together to Determine: What content to teach What co-teaching strategies to use and when Who will lead different parts of the lesson How to assess student learning The materials and resources needed for the lesson During Co-Planning Interns are Expected to: Contribute ideas from the beginning of internship Be involved in deciding which strategies will work when and why Help decide which lessons to co-teach prior to and after Full Days and participate fully in co- teaching of those lessons

16 Long Range Planning and Lesson Planning

17 Questions? Dr. Liz Dr. Judy Dr. Christina Dr. Vivian Ms. Susan


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