Teaching as a team – more than just team teaching


Mewald, C. (2014). Teaching as a team – more than just team teaching. R&E-SOURCE, (2). Abgerufen von https://journal.ph-noe.ac.at/index.php/resource/article/view/66


This article focuses on the development of teacher trainees’ co-teaching skills based on the results from a small scale ethnographic research project in initial teacher education for English as a foreign language in secondary schools. It describes the social and psychological foundations of collaborative teaching and learning drawing on insights from social interdependence theory and presents six models of co-teaching in the context of teacher education from a theoretical perspective as well as in their practical application with a focus on modern foreign language education. 


Dieser Artikel fokussiert die Entwicklung von Co-Teaching Fertigkeiten von Studierenden des Faches Englisch als Lebende Fremdsprache in der Sekundarstufe auf der Grundlage von Erkenntnissen aus einer qualitativen ethnographischen Studie während der Ausbildung. Er beschreibt die sozialen und psychologischen Grundlagen  von kollaborativem Lehren und Lernen auf der Basis von Erkenntnissen aus der Sozialen Interdependenztheorie und präsentiert Modelle des Co-Teachings im Kontext der Lehrerbildung aus einer theoretischen Perspektive und in deren praktischer Anwendung im modernen Fremdsprachenunterricht. 



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