Changing Student Teaching Through Co-Teaching:
Collaboration That Makes A Difference
This 75 minute DVD - Changing Student Teaching Through Co-Teaching: Collaboration That Makes A Difference includes footage from co-taught classrooms, interviews with teacher candidates, cooperating teachers, and school and university administrators, all of whom have participated in the co-teaching initiative. The DVD is divided into 7 chapters; it is intended to be used as a training tool or resource for learning more about co-teaching in student teaching. Chapter One, an Introduction to Co-Teaching may be viewed in its entirety; you may view an excerpt from each of the other chapters by clicking on the chapter title.
Mentoring Teacher Candidates Through Co-Teaching
This handbook (available July 2010) includes detailed information on the history of co-teaching, what co-teaching is and is not, and why you would incorporate co-teaching into your student teaching program. In addition, the handbook provides achievement data comparing 3 types of classrooms:
The handbook also includes training and activity ideas for cooperating teachers, teacher candidates and university supervisors; strategies for co-planning and co-teaching; some obstacles to be aware of, along with related costs and resources you may need.