Randa G. Keeley, Ph.D.
Texas Woman’s University
The purpose of this study was to determine if student on-task behavior varied when a) the One Teach/One Assist co-teaching model was applied or b) when the Team Teaching model was applied using an alternating treatment design for four students in a co-taught Algebra I classroom. Results show that participants experienced increased on-task behavior and an overall decrease in behavior variation when the One Teach/One Assist or Team Teach co-teaching model was implemented. These findings indicate that in a co-taught classroom, whether the One Teach/One Assist or Team Teaching model is implemented it will yield increased on-task behavior of students as compared to not implementing a co-teaching model.
Key words: Co-teaching, One Teach/One Assist, Team Teaching, inclusion
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