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ERIC Number: ED083166
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970-Apr
Pages: 23
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Individualization of Instruction: Team Teaching. Education Monograph No. 2.
Hunt, J. J.; And Others
This monograph defines team teaching and discusses its rationale in relation to individualized instruction. The paper defines team teaching as "unified, yet diverse, direction of learning activities by a committed coalition of thoughtful, dedicated persons." Also defined are the following patterns of team membership and organization, which are designed to provide staffing suggestions, an illustration of roles, and development of specialized instruction: dual team teaching, cooperative team teaching, departmental team teaching, intradisciplinary team, symbiotic team, interdisciplinary team, and multifarious team. The rationale of team teaching is then discussed in relation to providing a functional, realistic approach to the learning process, especially when implemented with flexible scheduling and continuous progress designs. A five-page bibliography is included, along with 7 diagrams. (For related documents, see SP 006 948-951, 953.) (BRB)
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Authoring Institution: Montana Univ., Missoula. Div. of Educational Research and Services.