TEACHING 4133/5133 Workshop: Applications of Co-Teaching -- 1 unit(s)
Applications of Co-Teaching is a half semester course that asks the Mentor Teacher to plan, implement and reflect on the co-teaching plan they developed for their classroom during Co-Teaching and Early Field Experiences 1. The foci of this experience are to: a) provide Mentor Teachers an opportunity to implement and revise their co-teaching plan developed during Co-Teaching and Early Field Experiences 1 course, b) provide the Mentor Teacher and the Level 2 Student the opportunity to use tools and planning techniques to experience elements of co-teaching in a classroom, c) provide the Mentor Teacher with a structure for reflection of, and feedback to, a Level 2 co-teacher and d) provide the Mentor Teacher the opportunity, through a Google+ Community, to communicate with other Mentor Teachers regarding their co-teaching experiences. Through this process it is hoped that Level 2 students will be provided real-world co-teaching experiences and Mentor Teachers will become more adept at guiding Level 2 students through the process of teaching. The final product of the course will be an electronic portfolio consisting of planning session notes, video taped co-taught lessons, links to the online reflective journal discussion (Google+ Community), weekly written feedback to Level 2 co-teacher and modification of the Co-Teaching and Early Field Experiences plan.
Term: Spring 2014
Start/End Date: Mar 24, 2014 - May 2, 2014
Meeting Time: Arranged
Location (Facility ID): Arranged
Instruction Mode: In Person
Curtis Nielsen, Assistant Professor
Class Section: 61/61
Class Nbr: 7152/7153
If two numbers are listed, undergraduate level class number is listed first, graduate level class number is listed second.
For more information:
Rita Gutman, Continuing and Distance Education
Phone: 800-772-1746 or 319-273-2504