Bibliography and Additional Resources

This page lists all of the works cited for the individual pages, as well as many other resources for those interested in learning more about co-teaching and its implementation into classrooms.

** Denote sources that were not used in content for the website. However, these sources could be helpful for anyone interested in pursuing the topic.

Text Resources:

Adams, L., & Cessna, K. (1993). Metaphors of the co-taught classroom. Preventing School Failure, 37, 28-31.

Beninghof, A. M. (2012). Co-teaching that Works: Structures and Strategies for Maximizing Student Learning. San Francisco, CA: Jossey- Bass, A Wiley Imprint.

Cross, L., & Walker- Knight, D. (1997). Inclusion: Developing Collaborative and Cooperative School Communities. The Educational Forum, 61(3), 269-277.

Dieker, L.A. (1998). Rationale for Co-Teaching. Social Studies Review, 37(2), 62-65.

Dieker, L.A., & Murawski, W.W. (2003). Co-teaching at the secondary level: Unique issues, current trends, and suggestions for success. The High School Journal, 86 (4), 1-13.

Dieker, Lisa A. (2001). What are the Characteristics of “Effective” Middle and High School Co-Taught Teams for Students with Disabilities? Preventing School Failure, 46 (1), 14-23.

Friend, M, & Cook, L. (2007). Interactions: Collaboration skills for school professionals (5th Ed.). White Plains, NY: Longman.

Friend, M., & Reising, M. (1993). Co-teaching: An overview of the past, a glimpse at the present, and considerations for the future. Preventing School Failure, 37, 6-10.

Giangreco, M.F., Baumgart, D. M. J., Doyle, M.B. (1995). How Inclusion Can Facilitate Teaching and Learning. Intervention in School and Clinic, 30 (5), 273- 278.

**Hughes, C.E & Murawski, W. (2009). Response to Intervention, Collaboration, and co-teaching: a logical combination for successful systemic change. Preventing School Failure, 53 (4), 267 – 277.

**Hughes, C.E., & Murawski, W. A. (2001). Lessons From Another Field: Applying Coteaching Strategies to Gifted Education. Gifted Child Quarterly, 45 (3), 195-204.

Hunt, P., Allwell, M., Farron-Davis, F. & Goetz, L. (1996). Creating socially supportive environments for fully included students who experience multiple disabilities. JASH, 21(2), 53-71.

Jones, M. M, & Carlier, L.L. (1995). Creating Inclusionary Opportunities for Learners with Multiple Disabilities: A Team-Teaching Approach. TEACHING Exceptional Children, 27(3), 23-27.

Katsiyannis, A., Yell, M. L, & Bradley, R. (2001). Reflections on the 25th Anniversary of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. Remedial and Special Education, 22(6), 324- 334.

Keefe, E.B., & Moore, V. (2004). The challenge of co-teaching in inclusive classrooms at the High School level: What teachers told us. American Secondary Education,  32(3), 77-88).

Mastropieri, M.A., & Scruggs, T.E. (1994). Text Versus Hands-On Science Curriculum: Implications for Students with Disabilities. Remedial and Special Education, 15(2), 72-85.

Mastropieri, M.A., Scruggs, T.E., Graetz, J., Norland, J., Gardizi, W., & McDuffie, K. (2005). Case Studies in Co-Teaching in the Content Areas: Successes, Failures, and Challenges. Intervention in School and Clinic, 40(5), 260-270.

McLeskey, J., & Billingsley, B. S. (2008). How Does the Quality and Stability of the Teaching Force Influence the Research-to-Practice Gap? A Perspective on the Teacher Shortage in Special Education. Remedial and Special Education, 29(5), 293-305.

Murawski, W. W., & Swanson, H.L. (2001). A Meta-Analysis of Co-Teaching Research.” Remedial & Special Education, 22 (5), 258-267.

Murawski, W., & Dieker, L. (2004). Tips and Strategies for Co-Teaching at the Secondary Level. TEACHING Exceptional Children, 36(5), 52-58.

Murawski, W.W. (2006). Student outcomes in co-taught secondary English classes: How can we improve? Reading and Writing Quarterly, 22(3), 227-247.

Murawski, Wendy W. (2009). Collaborative Teaching in Secondary Schools: Making the Co-Teaching Marriage Work! Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin.

Murawski, Wendy W. (2010). Collaborative Teaching in Elementary Schools: Making the Co-Teaching Marriage Work! Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin.

Murawski, Wendy W., & Spencer, Sally (2011). Collaborate, Communicate, and Differentiate! How to Increase Student Learning in Today’s Diverse Schools. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin.

Ormrod, J.E. (2011). Educational Psychology: Developing Learners (7th Ed). Boston, MA: Pearson.

Pugach, M.C. & Wesson, C.L. (1995). Teachers’ and Students’ Views of Team Teaching of General Education and Learning-Disabled Students in Two Fifth Grade Classes. The Elementary School Journal, 95(3), 279-295.

Rea, Patricia J., McLaughlin, V.L., & Walther-Thomas, C. (2002). Outcomes for Students with Learning Disabilities in Inclusive and Pullout Programs. Exceptional Children, 68 (2), 203-222.

Salend, S.J, Johansen, M., Mumper, J., Chase, A.S, Pike, K.M, & Dorney, J.A. (1997). Cooperative Teaching: The Voices of Two Teachers. Remedial and Special Education, 18(3), 3-11

Scruggs, T.E., Mastropieri, M.A., & McDuffie, K.A. (2007). Co-Teaching in Inclusive Classrooms: A Metasynthesis of Qualitative Research. Council for Exceptional Children, 73(4), 392-416.

Trent, S.C., Driver, B.L., Wood, M.H., Parrott, P.S., Martin, T.F., & Smith, W.G. (2003). Creating and sustaining a special education/ general education partnership: a story of change and uncertainty. Teaching and Teacher Education, 19(2), 203-219.

US Department of Education (2002). To assure the free appropriate public education of all children with disabilities: Twenty-third annual report to Congress on the implementation of The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. Washington, DC: Office of Special Education Programs.

Walther-Thomas, C.S. (1997). Co-teaching experiences: The benefits and problems that teachers and principals report over time. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 30(4), 395-407.

Walsh, J.J, & Snyder, D. (1993, April). Cooperative Teaching: An effective model for all students. Paper presented at the annual convention of the Council for Exceptional Children, San Antonio, TX. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 361 930).

Weichel, W.A. (2001). An analysis of student outcomes on co-taught settings in comparison to other special education service delivery options for students with learning disabilities. Dissertation Abstracts International, 62(07), 2386. (UMI No. 3021407).

Visual/ Media Resources

Classroom Clip Art. Team_teaching [Image]. Retrieved from http://classroomclipart.com/clipart-view/Clipart/Education/team_teaching_jpg.htm.

Council for Exceptional Children. Gifted Education: A National Overview [Image]. Retrieved from http://www.cec.sped.org/Special-Ed-Topics/Specialty-Areas/Gifted/Understanding-Underrerepresentation

Education Week. Co-Teaching is Marriage. Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_pnxst7dkLk.

King, M. Zone of Proximal Development [Image]. Retrieved from http://epubgeneration.weebly.com/proximal-development.html#.U1_BLtw_u1A.

Paz- Albo, J. Co-Teaching Models [Image]. Retrieved from http://www.bilingualhighered.com/1/post/2012/12/co-teaching-models.html.

Scheduling Ideas for Special Education [Image]. Retrieved from https://www.pinterest.com/pin/335096028495019996/.

State Education Spending Cuts in the USA Infographic. Retrieved from http://www.loveinfographics.com/categories/education-infographics/state-education-spending-cuts-in-the-usa-infographic.

Orman, T. Elementary Vs. High School: Classroom Preparation [Image]. Retrieved from http://www.traceeorman.com/2013/08/elementary-vs-high-school-teachers-who.html.

Ostwald- Kowald, T. Multiple Intelligences [Image]. Retrieved from http://www.connectionsacademy.com/blog/posts/2013-01-18/Understanding-Your-Student-s-Learning-Style-The-Theory-of-Multiple-Intelligences.aspx.

Thorne, C. Stubborn Relationship Cartoon #104. Retrieved from http://everydaypeoplecartoons.com/cartoon-search/relationships/104/Stubborn_Relationship_Cartoon.

William & Mary. Co-Teaching Model for Special Education. Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8pIe6CZX6PM.

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