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Smith, Katherine K.; Winn, Vanessa G. – Teaching Education, 2017
This paper serves as a phenomenological reflection about the meaning of a co-teaching experience at the college level for two graduate teaching assistants. When two teachers combine planning and teaching efforts it is called co-teaching. As a pedagogical method for both instructors and students, co-teaching was beneficial because it modeled a…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Team Teaching, Teacher Collaboration, Phenomenology
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LaBrant, Lou – Teaching Education, 1988
A teacher remembers the Ohio State University Laboratory High School in the 1930s. Teachers were university faculty with at least a master's degree. Programs were experimental and interesting. Students and teachers were close. Students, realizing their unique schooling, published a book concerning their experiences, calling themselves the Guinea…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Educational Innovation, Experimental Schools, Experimental Teaching
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Loud, Oliver – Teaching Education, 1988
A member of the original faculty of the experimental Ohio State University Laboratory High School reflects at a fiftieth reunion of the first graduating class. Students were used as guinea pigs to determine the effects of providing teenagers with liberating, interesting, and customized education from university faculty. (SM)
Descriptors: College Faculty, Educational Innovation, Experimental Schools, Experimental Teaching