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Team Teaching is a co-teaching model in which two or more people plan for and/or teach the same class or lesson. Team Teaching combines the expertise of multiple teachers within the classroom and provides more opportunities for small group learning and one-to-one teaching. Drawing on each teacher’s experience and content
Cooperative Learning is when students are given opportunities to approach learning activities in peer groups, usually in teams of four where each team member has a specific role (timekeeper, note-taker, discussion leader and reporter). During this group learning time, team members work around a specific learning objective while developing other
Teacher Modeling Academic Task
Teacher modeling includes explicit instruction on how to complete a task. When tasks are modeled, students learn by multi-sensory observation. Students observe the teacher thinking aloud (Think Aloud) while attempting to complete the skills required to complete the task.
Alternative Teaching is a co-teaching model where one teacher works with a small group of students, as the other teacher instructs the large group. The small group lesson can take place in or outside the classroom and can focus on content that is similar or different from what is being