The scoop on co-teaching featuring NJTeacher2Teacher

Updated: Jun 27

Welcome back, EduMagicians. Today, with me, Darlene, and Nicole from NJTeacher2Teacher. NJ Teacher to teacher is all teacher created and teacher presented. The best in live & virtual professional development for teachers, schools & districts. We are discussing co-teaching - what it is, why we need to know about it, co-teaching methods, and more! Here we go!

Episode takeaways
  • Defining co-teaching - two certified teachers working and giving 100% to all students in the class.

  • Each person comes into the relationship with their strengths

  • Who are co-teachers?

  • How to build a professional working relationship with your co-teacher

  • Share some trust and relationship-building exercises

  • Write letters to each other about dreams and fears for the new year or how to approach the lines of communication

  • Open lines of communication between the pair

  • Share something that your colleague doesn't know about you

  • Find time where you can plan together

  • Review each of the six co-teaching models - one teaches, one drift, one teacher, one assist, one teacher and one observes, parallel teaching, alternative teaching, station teaching, and team teaching.

  • There may be 6 methods for co teaching, but there are 600 possibilities.

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