Dispositions Related to Successful Co-Teaching Teams at the Secondary Level: A Case-Based Study of Three Secondary Co-Teaching Teams
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Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership (Ed.D.)
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Dissertation (open access)
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The purpose of this study was to explore the dispositions of successful co-teachers in the Houston County school district in order to gain insight into the establishment of successful collaborative relationships. Data for this study was collected through multiple observations and follow up/exit interviews with six teachers participating in the co-teaching model in the Houston county school district. Findings indicated the presence of dispositions identified in the literature as essential for successful co-teachers, to include positive attitude, empathy, insight, and the use of pedagogical strategies. In addition to the four observed categories, the participants also identified administrative support, creativity in planning, encouragement of students, and a belief that co-teaching is beneficial for students with disabilities as necessary for successful coteaching relationships.
Cannady, Zabrina U., "Dispositions Related to Successful Co-Teaching Teams at the Secondary Level: A Case-Based Study of Three Secondary Co-Teaching Teams" (2009). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 940.
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