A Meta-Analysis of Co-Teaching Research: Where Are the Data?

NICHCY's Structured Abstract 24 describes the following: Title | A Meta-Analysis of Co-Teaching Research: Where Are the Data? Author | Murawski, W.W., & Swanson, H.L. Source | Remedial and Special Education, 22(5), 258-267. Year Published | 2001 Abstract Students with special needs are increasingly being served in the general education classroom. Co-teaching is one service delivery option designed to meet those needs. The purpose … [Read more...]

Co-Teaching: General and Special Educators Working Together

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Co-Teaching in Inclusive Classrooms: A Metasynthesis of Qualitative Research

Author of this structured abstract: Kyrie Dragoo, NICHCY October 2011 PDF version ____________________________ NICHCY Structured Abstract 81 describes the following research synthesis: Title Co-Teaching in Inclusive Classrooms: A Metasynthesis of Qualitative Research Authors Scruggs, T.A., Mastropieri, M.A., & McDuffie, K.A. Source Exceptional Children, 73(4), 392-416 Year Published 2007 _____________ Abstract … [Read more...]

Confessions of a Bad Co-Teacher

by Elaine Mulligan Project Director National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities (NICHCY) I am a teacher. No, I’m not currently working in classrooms. I’m a teacher in the same way that I’m a pink-nosed Irish woman, or a Virgo – it’s inherent in my character. More specifically, I’m a special education teacher. My attention is always drawn to the person in any room who seems excluded or in need of help; I … [Read more...]

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