Science Sampler: Thriving in the co-taught classroom

by: Erin Peters and Timothy Johnson

Classrooms are becoming more diverse as students with specific learning needs are moved out of self-contained special education classrooms and into mainstreamed classrooms with their non-disabled peers. The use of the co-teaching model allows for extensive flexibility in structuring instructional activities and responding to the needs of diverse learners. This article provides a summary of co-teaching practices that have been effective and beneficial for many years.


Type Journal ArticlePub Date 12/1/2006Stock # ss06_030_04_56Volume 030Issue 04

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