Researchers and teacher educators have given increased attention to co-teaching during the student teaching experience. Co-teaching facilitates an apprenticeship arrangement that encourages modeling of classroom practice for the candidate and a chance to implement directly what is being learned by the apprentice. The co-teaching model can be expanded to form a co-learning model in which there are three constituents of learners: the P-12 students, the candidate, and the cooperating mentor teacher. This co-learning model results in a synergistic effect that is greater than the sum of the parts.
Author Supplied Keywords
Co-teaching, Co-learning, Student teaching
Student teaching; Teaching teams
Citation: Pilot Scholars Version (Modified MLA Style)
Merk, Hillary; Waggoner, Jacqueline; and Carroll, James, "Co-Learning: Maximizing Learning in Clinical Experiences" (2013). Education Faculty Publications and Presentations. 9.
AILACTE Journal, 2013, Volume 79, Issue 1, 1-18.
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