Instruction in Secondary Co-Taught Classrooms: Three Elements, Two Teachers, One Unique Approach
Psychology in the Schools
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Coteaching is a widely used service delivery model for students with disabilities who access the general curriculum. Instruction in cotaught classrooms is meant to be qualitatively different from instruction in solo-taught classrooms; however, this is not always the case. In this article, we describe a framework for thinking about and planning instruction in cotaught classrooms that includes evidence-based practices from special education and specially designed instruction. Examples are included and discussed.
Coteaching; Psychology; Schools; Teachers
Education | Special Education and Teaching
Weiss, M. P.,
Rodgers, W. J.
Instruction in Secondary Co-Taught Classrooms: Three Elements, Two Teachers, One Unique Approach.
Psychology in the Schools, 57(6),