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Total Team Teaching — Sharing Teaching Duties Equally
The Teaching Professor (2004)
  • Charlie Sweet, Eastern Kentucky University
  • Hal Blythe, Eastern Kentucky University
Abstract
In his excellent book on team teaching (Interdisciplinary Courses and Team Teaching), James Davis posits two extremes on the continuum of team teaching. One pole consists of “courses planned by a group of faculty and then carried out in serial segments by the individual members of the group” (p. 7). At the opposite pole are “courses planned and delivered by a group … . They take primary responsibility for individual class sessions, but sometimes [italics ours] two or more faculty are involved in planning and delivering the instruction of a particular class.” (p. 7) The two of us take the latter extreme even further, going into what we call Total Team Teaching (TTT), and we find the results highly effective.
Publication Date
March, 2004
Citation Information
Charlie Sweet and Hal Blythe. "Total Team Teaching — Sharing Teaching Duties Equally" The Teaching Professor Vol. 18 Iss. 3 (2004)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/hal_blythe/25/