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Sharing the Passion of Teaching: Training Cooperating Teachers as Caring Mentors ( Part 2)

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Uploaded on Mar 16, 2011

This is part 2 of a presentation given by the MidValley Consortium given February 14 2011 in Orlando Florida at the ATE National Conference.

"Sharing the Passion of Teaching: Training Cooperating Teachers as Caring Mentors "

The MidValley Consortium encourages clinical faculty and student teachers to focus on improving K-12 student achievement through a variety of co-teaching strategies. Co-teaching is a major emphasis during clinical faculty training. Five co-teaching approaches are briefly discussed below. They include:

• one teach, one support;
• parallel teaching;
• alternative teaching;
• station teaching; and
• Team teaching.

For a more detailed discussion of these strategies, with helpful implementation suggestions developed by experienced clinical faculty, please see http://www.jmu.edu/coe/esc/consortium...

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