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Sharing expertise and responsibilities through teaching teams

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This will make a great resource for teachers. Building upon the idea of student co-operative learning groups, the authors argue that 'teaching' (like 'learning') need not be a lonely affair. As such they define what 'teaching teams' are, provide essential elements that make such teams effective and then provide case studies of where and how these teams are actually working. The authors' main argument is that when resources are pooled in creative ways, teachers and students are able to more fully experience educational success in a learning environment which is inclusionary for all concerned. Keywords: Education, School age, Professionals

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Thousand, Jacqueline Villa, Richard
Stainback and Stainback (eds), Support Networks for Inclusive Schooling
Paul H. Brooks, Baltimore
Publication Date
1 January 1990
Education, School age, Professionals
United States

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