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How to make co-teaching, station teaching, and alternative teaching effective in your classroom.

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Station teaching is where the special education teacher and the general education teacher divide the instructional content into two parts. Each teacher instructs half the class. Then they switch groups so all students get both parts of the lesson.

I am unsure of what you mean by Alternative teaching. I think you may be referring to Remedial/Extension instruction. In this case, one teacher re-teaches material to students who have not yet mastered the content while the other teacher does extension activities with the students who have.

Other methods I am aware of are (whole group instruction):
*Both teach: both teachers take an active role in instruction
*One teach, one support:one teacher has the primary ...

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There are several ways you can be an effective special education teacher.

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