Team Teaching: What, Why, and How?

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SAGE, 2000 - Business & Economics - 127 pages
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Team teaching - a pedagogical technique that shifts the role of instruction from the individual to a team - provides students with the opportunity to take a more active role in learning. Author Francis J. Buckley explains how and why team teaching works and provides a comprehensive review of research material with practical applications. The book covers the nature, purpose, types, history, and evaluation of team teaching, as well as the resources needed and the roles of teachers, students, and administrators. The author compares this teaching approach with traditional methods seeking to strengthen its appeal to initiates. Team Teaching: What, Why, and How is the fruit of 30 years of team teaching in graduate school, religious education, sociology, psychology, and elementary school.

 

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Contents

What Is Team Teaching?
3
Why Team Teach?
10
How to Design a Team Teaching Program
19
How Best to Serve the Students
25
Who Picks the Team and How
34
Types of Teams
40
How to Lead the Team
53
How to Handle Conflict on the Team
59
How to Make Decisions as a Team
69
How to Evaluate the Team
75
How to Improve the Team
85
How to Support the Team
93
References
103
Index
123
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