Surviving Team Teaching's Good Intentions

Schamber, Sandee
April 1999
Education Digest;Apr99, Vol. 64 Issue 8, p18
Discusses the advantages and disadvantages of team teaching. How it provides multiple perspectives in dealing with students and other issues; Challenges posed to daily decisions; List of everyday events which can erode team building.


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