Cooperative Teaching: A Strategy for Successful Inclusion
Perhaps the single most dramatic development in American education over the past decade is the fast-emerging consensus that the traditional educational structure of the schools - that is, one teacher teaching and responsible for only one group of students - is inadequate for today and will be even more inadequate tomorrow. This traditional approach to instruction, based as it is on the implicit assumption of a homogeneous student population, is ineffective in a school system that is increasingly diverse.
Bauwens, Jeanne and Hourcade, Jack J.. (1996). "Cooperative Teaching: A Strategy for Successful Inclusion". Impact, 9(2), 8-9.
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