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Co-teaching in Urban School Districts: Meeting the Needs of all Teachers and Learners
Unformatted Document Text:  Compton, M., Stratton, A., Maier, A., Meyers, C., Scott, H., & Tomlinson, T. 1998). It takes two: co- teaching for deaf and heard of hearing students in rural schools. In Coming together: Preparing for rural special education in the 21 st century. Conference Proceedings of the American Council on rural Special Education, Charleston, SC. (ED 417901). Council for Exceptional Children (2005). CEC International Standards for Entry into Professional Practice. Arlington, VA: Author. Retrieved April 19, 2005: http://www.cec.sped.org/ps/ps-entry.html Dieker, L. (1998). Rationale for co-teaching. Social Studies Review, 37(2), 62-65.Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act (IDEA) of 2004, 20 United States Congress 1412[a] [5]), Pub. L. No. 108-466. Interstate New Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium (INTASC) (2005). Interstate New Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium Standards. Washington, DC. Council of Chief State Schools Officers. Retrieved 4/18/05 from World Wide Web: http://www.ccsso.org/projects/Interstate_New_Teacher_Assessment_and_Support_Consortium/ Liston, A. (2004). A qualitative study of secondary co-teachers. Orange, CA: Argosy University. Luckner, J. (1999). An examination of two co-teaching classrooms. American Annals of the Deaf, 144(1), 24-34. Magiera, K., Smith, C., Zigmond, N., & Gabauer, K. (2005). Benefits of co-teaching in secondary mathematics classes. TEACHing Exceptional Children, 37(3), 20-24. Mahoney, M. (1997). Small victories in an inclusive classroom. Educational Leadership, 54(7), 59-62.Miller, A., Valasky, W., & Molloy, P. (1998). Learning together: The evolution of an inclusive class. Active Learner: A Foxfire Journal for Teachers, 3(2), 14-16. National Board Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS) (2005). Performance-based teaching assessments. Princeton, NJ: Educational Testing Services. Retrieved April 19, 2005: http://www.ets.org/nbpts/ Noonan, M., McCormick, L., & Heck, R.. (2003).The Co-Teacher Relationship Scale: Applications for Professional Development. Education and Training in Developmental Disabilities, 38, 113-20. Patriarcha, L., & Lamb, M. (1990). Preparing secondary special education teachers to be collaborative decision makers and reflective practitioners: A promising practicum model. Teacher Education and Special Education, 12, 228-232. Pugach, M., & Johnson, L. (1995). Unlocking expertise among classroom teachers through structured dialogue: Extending research on peer collaboration. Exceptional Children, 62, 101-110. Rice, D., & Zigmond, N (1999). Co-teaching in secondary schools: Teacher reports of developments in Australia and American classrooms. Resources in Education. (ERIC Document Reproduction Services No. ED432558) Schwab Learning. (2003). Collaboratively speaking. A study on effective ways to teach children with learning differences in the general education classroom. The Special EDge, 16(3). Also available online: http://www.schwablearning.org/articles.asp?g=4&r=693 Thousand, J., Villa, R., & Nevin, A. (in press). Collaborative teaching: A critique of the scientific evidence. In L. Florian (Ed.) Handbook of special education research (Chapter 31). London, England: Sage Publishing. Trent, S. (1998). False starts and other dilemmas of a secondary general education collaborative teacher: A case study. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 31, 503-513. Villa, R. A., Thousand, J. S., & Chapple, J. W. (2000). Preparing educators to implement inclusive practices. In R.A. Villa & J. S. Thousand, Restructuring for caring and effective education: Piecing the puzzle together, 2 nd ed. (531-557). Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes. Villa, R., Thousand, J., & Nevin, A. (2004). A guide to co-teaching: Practical tips for facilitating student learning. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.

Authors: Cramer, Elizabeth., Nevin, Ann., Thousand, Jacqueline. and Liston, Andrea.
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Compton, M., Stratton, A., Maier, A., Meyers, C., Scott, H., & Tomlinson, T. 1998). It takes two: co-
teaching for deaf and heard of hearing students in rural schools. In Coming together: Preparing
for rural special education in the 21
st
century. Conference Proceedings of the American Council
on rural Special Education, Charleston, SC. (ED 417901).
Council for Exceptional Children (2005). CEC International Standards for Entry into
Professional Practice. Arlington, VA: Author. Retrieved April 19, 2005:
Dieker, L. (1998). Rationale for co-teaching. Social Studies Review, 37(2), 62-65.
Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act (IDEA) of 2004, 20 United States Congress 1412[a]
[5]), Pub. L. No. 108-466.
Interstate New Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium (INTASC) (2005). Interstate New Teacher
Assessment and Support Consortium Standards. Washington, DC. Council of Chief State Schools
Officers. Retrieved 4/18/05 from World Wide Web:
Liston, A. (2004). A qualitative study of secondary co-teachers. Orange, CA: Argosy University.
Luckner, J. (1999). An examination of two co-teaching classrooms. American Annals of the Deaf, 144(1),
24-34.
Magiera, K., Smith, C., Zigmond, N., & Gabauer, K. (2005). Benefits of co-teaching in secondary
mathematics classes. TEACHing Exceptional Children, 37(3), 20-24.
Mahoney, M. (1997). Small victories in an inclusive classroom. Educational Leadership, 54(7), 59-62.
Miller, A., Valasky, W., & Molloy, P. (1998). Learning together: The evolution of an inclusive class.
Active Learner: A Foxfire Journal for Teachers, 3(2), 14-16.
National Board Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS) (2005). Performance-based teaching
assessments. Princeton, NJ: Educational Testing Services. Retrieved April 19, 2005:
Noonan, M., McCormick, L., & Heck, R.. (2003).The Co-Teacher Relationship Scale:
Applications for Professional Development. Education and Training in Developmental
Disabilities
, 38, 113-20.
Patriarcha, L., & Lamb, M. (1990). Preparing secondary special education teachers to be
collaborative decision makers and reflective practitioners: A promising practicum model.
Teacher Education and Special Education, 12, 228-232.
Pugach, M., & Johnson, L. (1995). Unlocking expertise among classroom teachers through structured
dialogue: Extending research on peer collaboration. Exceptional Children, 62, 101-110.
Rice, D., & Zigmond, N (1999). Co-teaching in secondary schools: Teacher reports of developments in
Australia and American classrooms. Resources in Education. (ERIC Document Reproduction
Services No. ED432558)
Schwab Learning. (2003). Collaboratively speaking. A study on effective ways to teach children with
learning differences in the general education classroom. The Special EDge, 16(3). Also available
online:
Thousand, J., Villa, R., & Nevin, A. (in press). Collaborative teaching: A critique of the scientific evidence.
In L. Florian (Ed.) Handbook of special education research (Chapter 31). London, England: Sage
Publishing.
Trent, S. (1998). False starts and other dilemmas of a secondary general education collaborative teacher: A
case study. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 31, 503-513.
Villa, R. A., Thousand, J. S., & Chapple, J. W. (2000). Preparing educators to implement inclusive
practices. In R.A. Villa & J. S. Thousand, Restructuring for caring and effective education:
Piecing the puzzle together
, 2
nd
ed. (531-557). Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes.
Villa, R., Thousand, J., & Nevin, A. (2004). A guide to co-teaching: Practical tips for facilitating student
learning. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.


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