Specially Designed Instruction in Secondary Co-Taught Mathematics Classes
Teaching Exceptional Children
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Casey Lipman (math educator) and Bonnie Charles (special educator) have co-taught together at Independence High School for 4 years. This semester, Ms. Lipman and Ms. Charles are co-teaching a section of Algebra I to a diverse group that includes students with disabilities. They set a goal at the beginning of the year to do a better job finding ways to incorporate time for specially designed instruction for students with disabilities within the general education content. They have struggled with this in the past: How do they give some students additional, individualized instruction without causing them to miss important information and instruction the rest of the group is receiving?
Mathematical courses; Co-teaching; Students with disabilities; Special education; General education
Disability and Equity in Education | Education | Science and Mathematics Education | Secondary Education and Teaching | Teacher Education and Professional Development
Rodgers, W. J.,
Weiss, M. P.
Specially Designed Instruction in Secondary Co-Taught Mathematics Classes.
Teaching Exceptional Children, 51(4),