Co-teaching as a service delivery model has been utilized in P-12 settings to build inclusive classrooms and to meet the needs of all learners. This presentation will explore the value of co-teaching in the college setting. Two faculty-one from Special Education and one from Elementary Education-co-planned, co-delivered, and co-assessed a block of methods courses for a mixed group of special and general education majors. To explore the challenges and benefits of co-teaching, the participating faculty documented the teaching and learning process through field notes taken during weekly meetings, as well as individually written journal entries. The participating students completed pre -and post-survey, as well as a post-interview. A control group completed the pre- and post-survey. The presenters of this session will provide an overview of the model, report the results of the project, share tools and strategies used during the project, and facilitate discussion about ways to improve co-teaching at the college level.
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