Perceptions of General Education Students in a Poorly Implemented Co-Teaching Arrangement
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This study gauged the perceptions of general education students that are in a poorly implemented co-teaching arrangement. The author researched best practice models for effective co-teaching and related those findings to the study's co-teaching arrangements. The data was collected through interviews with 10 general education students from three poorly implemented co-teaching arrangements. The results indicated that although the arrangements were poorly implemented, they were still effective and the students still preferred the co-teaching class to their classes with just one teacher. The study is significant because there is very little research on how general education students feel about their co-teaching arrangements. The study is also significant because it shows the value and limitations into the type of recommendations that students can give in regards to their learning environments.
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