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Co-Teaching in the Science Classroom: The One Teach/one Assist Model

@inproceedings{Johnson2013CoTeachingIT,
  title={Co-Teaching in the Science Classroom: The One Teach/one Assist Model},
  author={Nat Johnson and Larry Brumback},
  year={2013}
}
A re you planning to implement a co-teaching model in your classroom? Have you been placed in a co-teaching environment? Would you like to improve your collaborative relationship with a co-teacher? If you are currently working as an educator in a K-12 school environment, you probably answered yes to one of those questions. Unfortunately, in many schools, co-teaching is defined by the physical presence of two teachers in a classroom, but that is not co-teaching. What, then, is co-teaching… 
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Improvement of Education Method by Using Artificial Intelligence Technology
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    2019 IEEE International Conference on Engineering, Technology and Education (TALE)
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The tremendous changes and improvements brought to education by combining artificial intelligence with education, especially in individualization and flexibility of teaching are discussed.
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brumback@uga.edu) is a doctoral student at the University of Georgia and a teacher in the Rockdale County, Georgia, school system
  • 2013