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Author Villa, Richard A., 1952- author.

Title A guide to co-teaching : new lessons and strategies to facilitate student learning / Richard A. Villa, Jacqueline S. Thousand, Ann I. Nevin.

Published Thousand Oaks, California : Corwin, [2013]


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Giblin Eunson  371.148 VILL    AVAILABLE
Edition 3 edition.
Physical description xx, 257 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 237-248) and index.
Contents pt. I INTRODUCTION TO CO-TEACHING -- 1.What Is Co-Teaching? -- What Co-Teaching Is Not -- What Is Co-Teaching? -- What Does Co-Teaching Look Like? Four Approaches -- Supportive Co-Teaching -- Parallel Co-Teaching -- Complementary Co-Teaching -- Team Co-Teaching -- The Elements of Co-Teaching -- Common, Agreed-on Goals -- Shared Belief System -- Parity -- Distributed Functions Theory of Leadership -- Cooperative Process -- Face-to-Face Interactions -- Positive Interdependence -- Interpersonal Skills -- Monitoring Co-Teacher Progress -- Individual Accountability -- Importance of Systemic Supports -- 2.Why Co-Teach? What History, Law, and Research Say -- What Are the Origins of Co-Teaching? -- How Does Federal Law Support Co-Teaching? -- What Are the Benefits of Co-Teaching? -- What Accounts for the Benefits of Co-Teaching? -- Modeling of Collaborative Skills and Increased Teacher Responsiveness -- Two Heads Are Better Than One --
Contents note continued: Opportunities to Use Research-Based Interventions -- Increased Capacity to Problem Solve and Individualize Learning -- Empowerment of Co-Teaching Partners -- Summary -- 3.The Day-to-Day Workings of Co-Teaching Teams -- Who Co-Teaches? -- Meet Three Co-Teaching Teams -- An Elementary Co-Teaching Team -- A Middle-Level Co-Teaching Team -- A High School Co-Teaching Team -- Roles and Responsibilities of Co-Teaching Partners -- Issues to Resolve in Planning Co-Teaching Lessons -- How Do We Know That We Truly Are Co-Teaching? -- pt. II THE FOUR APPROACHES TO CO-TEACHING -- 4.The Supportive Co-Teaching Approach -- Vignettes: Supportive Co-Teaching -- An Elementary Co-Teaching Team -- A Middle-Level Co-Teaching Team -- A High School Co-Teaching Team -- Analyzing the Cooperative Process in the Supportive Co-Teaching Vignettes -- Frequently Asked Questions -- 5.The Parallel Co-Teaching Approach -- Vignettes: Parallel Co-Teaching -- An Elementary Co-Teaching Team --
Contents note continued: A Middle-Level Co-Teaching Team -- A High School Co-Teaching Team -- Analyzing the Cooperative Process in the Parallel Co-Teaching Vignettes -- Frequently Asked Questions -- 6.The Complementary Co-Teaching Approach -- Vignettes: Complementary Co-Teaching Teams in Action -- An Elementary Co-Teaching Team -- A Middle-Level Co-Teaching Team -- A High School Co-Teaching Team -- Analyzing the Cooperative Process in the Complementary Co-Teaching Vignettes -- Frequently Asked Questions -- 7.The Team-Teaching Co-Teaching Approach -- Vignettes: Team Teaching Co-Teaching -- An Elementary Co-Teaching Team -- A Middle-Level Co-Teaching Team -- A High School Co-Teaching Team -- Analyzing the Cooperative Process in the Team-Teaching Co-Teaching Vignettes -- Frequently Asked Questions -- pt. II Summary -- pt. III CHANGING ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES -- 8.The Role of Paraprofessionals in Co-Teaching -- History of Paraprofessionals in Education --
Contents note continued: Meet a Paraprofessional and Her Elementary Co-Teachers -- Who Are Our Co-Teachers? -- Getting Ready to Co-Teach -- Ongoing Planning for Co-Teaching -- A Paraprofessional in the Role of Supportive, Parallel, and Complementary Co-Teacher -- The Big Picture -- A Sample Lesson: Supportive, Parallel, and Complementary Co-Teaching in Action -- Analyzing the Cooperative Process for a Paraprofessional as a Co-Teacher -- Benefits of Paraprofessionals as Co-Teachers -- Inclusion and Differentiation of Instruction -- Cultural Ambassadors -- Teacher Recruitment -- Roles and Responsibilities of Paraprofessionals in Co-Teaching Classrooms -- Challenges for Paraprofessionals as Co-Teachers -- Poorly Defined Roles -- Ambiguity in Supervision Responsibilities -- Inconsistent Initial and Ongoing Professional Development -- Cautions to Paraprofessionals as Co-Teachers -- Assessing Paraprofessionals as Co-Teachers -- Frequently Asked Questions --
Contents note continued: 9.The Role of Students as Co-Teachers -- Vignettes: Students in Co-Teaching Roles -- Meet Bill and Sharon -- Meet Christine and Cat -- Meet Dave and Juan -- Meet Denny, Cathy, and Shamonique -- Meet Student Co-Teachers for Computer Use -- Analyzing the Cooperative Process in the Student Co-Teaching Vignettes -- Preparing Students to Be Co-Teachers -- The Research Base for Students as Co-Teachers -- Assessing Students as Co-Teachers -- Frequently Asked Questions -- pt. IV ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT -- 10.Training and Logistical Administrative Support for Co-Teaching -- Building a Vision -- Consensus Building Through an Examination of Rationales for Co-Teaching -- Consensus Building Through Respecting What We Expect -- Consensus Building by Clarifying How and When to Use Co-Teaching as a Strategy to Support Diverse Learners -- Building the Skills and Capacity for Co-Teaching -- Who Receives Training? -- Common Core of Training --
Contents note continued: Incentives to Engage People in Co-Teaching -- Time: The Universal Incentive -- Scheduling as an Incentive -- Professional Development as an Incentive -- Intrinsic Incentives -- Resources for Co-Teaching -- Redefining Roles -- Allocating Resources for Co-Teaching -- Resource Allocation at the Elementary Level -- Resource Allocation at the Middle and High School Levels -- Traditional Structure Scheduling -- Interdisciplinary Content Scheduling -- Natural Proportion Scheduling -- Differing Levels of Support Scheduling -- Scheduling Everyone for Co-Teaching Over Time -- Department, Grade-Level, or Content-Emphasis Scheduling -- Scheduling General Educators to Co-Teach -- Forming Outside Partnerships to Access Resources to Support Co-Teaching -- Getting Started: Planning and Taking Action -- Benefits of Involvement and Communication in Planning -- Working With the Unwilling -- Put It in Writing -- Summary -- Frequently Asked Questions --
Contents note continued: 11.Co-Teaching in Teacher Preparation Clinical Practice -- Why Co-Teaching in Clinical Practice? -- What Is Co-Teaching in Clinical Practice? How Is It Different From Traditional Clinical Practice? -- Preparation and Introduction of the Co-Teaching Clinical Practice Players -- Communication and Planning -- Gradual and Systematic Release of Responsibility in Co-Teaching Clinical Practice -- Changes in the Role of the Clinical Supervisor -- Research Promise, Outcomes, and Testimonials -- What Does the Research Say? -- What Do Candidates and Cooperating Teachers Say About Co-Teaching Clinical Practice? -- Theme 1 Shared Language About Co-Teaching -- Theme 2 Efficacy in Overall Instruction and Differentiating Instruction -- Theme 3 Confidence and Competence Building Through Planful Gradual Release of Responsibility -- Frequently Asked Questions -- 12.Meshing Planning With Co-Teaching -- Planning for Starting Out as Co-Teachers --
Contents note continued: Finding and Creating Time for Ongoing Planning and Reflection -- Effective and Efficient Use of Planning Time -- Lesson Planning as Co-Teachers -- Planning for Professional Growth and Future Partnerships -- Frequently Asked Question -- 13.From Surviving to Thriving: Tips for Getting Along With Your Co-Teachers -- Advice From Co-Teachers -- Keeping Communication Alive -- Becoming Culturally Competent Co-Teachers -- Understanding the Developmental Nature of Co-Teaching Relationships -- Managing Conflict -- Tips for Dealing With Challenging and Unproductive Behavior -- Tips for Avoiding Potential Problems -- Know With Whom You Need to Co-Teach -- Establish and Clarify Co-Teaching Goals to Avoid Hidden Agendas -- Agree to Use a Common Conceptual Framework, Language, and Set of Interpersonal Skills -- Practice Communication Skills for Successful Co-Teacher Interactions -- Know How to Facilitate a Collaborative Culture --
Contents note continued: Recognize and Respect Differences and Multiple Sources of Motivation -- Expect to Be Responsible and to Be Held Accountable -- Agree to Reflective Analysis, and Celebrate Often -- 14.Developing a Shared Voice Through Co-Teaching -- Nancy's Voice -- Lia's Voice -- Our Voice -- Our First Year---Developing Trust -- Face-to-Face Planning Time -- Positive Interdependence -- Setting Mutual Goals -- Defining Roles -- Individual Accountability -- Monitoring and Processing of Accomplishments -- Our Second Year---Sustaining Trust -- Face-to-Face Planning Time -- Positive Interdependence -- Revisiting Goals -- Redefining Roles -- Individual Accountability -- Monitoring and Processing of Accomplishments -- Final Reflections -- RESOURCES -- Resource A Checklist of Sample Supplemental Supports, Aids, and Services -- Resource B Co-Teaching Daily Lesson Plan Format -- Resource C High School Supportive Co-Teaching Lesson Plan --
Contents note continued: Resource D Elementary Parallel Co-Teaching Lesson Plan -- Resource E Middle-Level Complementary Co-Teaching Lesson Plan -- Resource F Elementary Team-Teaching Co-Teaching Lesson Plan -- Resource G Co-Teaching Lesson Featuring the Paraprofessional Role -- Resource H Co-Teaching Lesson Featuring Students as Co-Teachers -- Resource I Levels of Student Support -- Resource J Administrator Actions to Promote Co-Teaching -- Resource K Action Plan Template -- Resource L Co-Teaching Planning Meeting Agenda Format -- Resource M Self-Assessment: Are We Really Co-Teachers? -- Resource N Checklist of Skills for the Stages of Co-Teacher Development -- Resource O Instructional Observation Form -- Resource P Instructional Postconference Form -- Resource Q Co-Teaching Tracking Form -- Resource R Co-Teaching Differentiation Lesson Planning Matrix.
Other author Thousand, Jacqueline S., 1950- author.
Nevin, Ann, author.
Subject Inclusive education.
Teaching teams.
ISBN 9781452257785 (paperback: alk. paper)
1452257787 (paperback: alk. paper)