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M08 - Looking Back, Looking Forward (July 14-17)
M07 - Synchronous Online Teaching with CSUSB Students (July 11-13)
M05 & M06 - How Do I Collaborate Virtually to Prepare for Synchronous Online Teaching and Learning? (June 27-July 10)
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5.4 – PMG Discussion: Co-teaching Considerations

We hope the video of Professor Andrea Guillaume and the subsequent readings have helped to deepen your understanding of the concept of co-teaching.  Let’s take this opportunity for you to share with your Peer Microteaching Group members one key consideration for effective co-teaching of a learning episode.  If you haven’t already viewed the video and read the two subsequent resources, please do so now before you continue.

Please review the name of your Peer Microteaching Group (PMG) via the following link since some group names and group members may have changed to create equitable groups for our upcoming CSUSB Microteaching:  Peer Microteaching Groups. (Links to an external site.)

Discussion Details

Part 1: Due before 11:59 pm on Monday, June 27.

  1. First, choose the name of your PMG from the drop-down menu at the bottom of this page.  If you aren’t sure, see the PMG Groups document for your group name.
  2. Click the “Add a new discussion topic” button.
  3. Create a unique subject for your posting.
  4. Share with your PMG colleagues which co-teaching model you feel would work best for your upcoming CSUSB microteaching and why. Be sure to use this discussion forum to help you and your team decide upon a co-teaching model as you and your PMG create your learning plan.

Part 2: Due before 11:59 pm on Tuesday, June 28.

  1. As soon as your PMG members have begun to share their ideas, begin responding to them.
  2. Take advantage of this discussion activity to actually begin planning while you discuss the various considerations shared.
  3. Make suggestions for how you think certain considerations should be addressed.

To Continue

Once you have submitted your original post, use the Navigation tab to continue to the next section, 5.5 – PMG Learning Episode Collaboration. Remember to return to this discussion on Wednesday, June 29, to read your PMG members’ suggestions.

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