Approach to teaching in which two or more teachers jointly plan and teach a class or classes.
A teaching method in which two or more teachers teach the same subjects or theme. For example, one teacher may be responsible for teaching number skills while another teacher focuses on geometry. The teachers may alternate teaching the entire group or divide the group into sections or classes that rotate between the teachers.
refers to trainers who pair up to develop and or deliver part or all of a program. Team teaching provides support and insights into improving each trainer's range of skills.
two teachers working together jointly to develop, plan and teach a lesson
A teaching method in which two teachers collaborate or share a class. Also, a classroom arrangement in which general education students and students receiving special education services are taught side by side in the same classroom by a general education and a special education teacher. Also called collaborative team teaching. See Inclusion.
Two or more teachers cooperatively planning, teaching, and evaluating the progress of their students.
More than one instructor trains the group at one time. Instructors generally have slightly different skills, views, or styles. Instructors cue each other and stimulate audience reactions.
A system involving the assignment of a group of staff to be responsible for course teaching so that individual staff receive peer support and particular strengths can be exploited.
Collaboration between two or more teachers who share responsibility for presenting a subject or theme in a single classroom. ( learn more)