Cooperative Teaching to Benefit All Learners: What Can Educational Leaders Do to Ensure Success? By Kristen Bonanno-Sotiropoulos, Ms.Ed.
Cooperative Teaching to Benefit All Learners: What Can Educational Leaders Do to Ensure Success?
By Kristen Bonanno-Sotiropoulos, Ms.Ed.
This edition of NASET’s Classroom Management series was written by Kristen Bonanno-Sotiropoulos. With the ever increasing number of diverse learners entering our classrooms, it is imperative that educators are armed with the knowledge, means and resources to support achievement for all students. One powerful teaching strategy is cooperative teaching, also known as collaborative or co-teaching. Research has proven the effectiveness of having multiple educators planning together and teaching jointly. To ensure positive outcomes of cooperative teaching there are several responsibilities, characteristics, and understandings that school leaders must embrace. This paper seeks to uncover and explain how school leaders can support and grow the successfulness of cooperative teaching strategies.
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