Responsibility and Coteaching: A Review of Warts and All

Ian Stith

Abstract


Coteaching, like any student teaching method, is filled with ethical questions and communicative problems. With the metalogue presented in "Warts and all: Ethical dilemmas in implementing the coteaching model" as the base this paper focuses on the experience of Matt, the student teacher, and the ethically issues he faced as a coteacher. In line with the experiences of Matt I reanalyze the question of how change can be implemented given the variety of philosophies of education inherent in a large-scale project. Finally, the cogenerative dialogue is presented as an ethical tool to increase the quality and frequency of communication between participants.
URN: urn:nbn:de:0114-fqs0604228

Keywords


ethics; coteaching; cogenerative dialogue; responsibility

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