Repositioning Warts & All: A Response to Coteaching Researchers


  • Jennifer Gallo-Fox University of Delaware
  • Matthew Juck University of Delaware
  • Kathryn Scantlebury University of Delaware
  • Beth Wassell Rowan University



research ethics, coteaching, multiple perspectives, program implementation


This paper is a response to our colleague's perspectives on our paper (GALLOFOX, WASSELL, SCANTLEBURY, & JUCK, 2006), that addressed ethical dilemmas we encountered when implementing coteaching in a secondary science education program. Although the respondents addressed this issue, they also raised other important points pertaining to their own experiences with implementing and researching coteaching. In this paper, we synthesize these perspectives and further discuss the implications of implementing coteaching. URN: urn:nbn:de:0114-fqs0604239


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Author Biographies

Jennifer Gallo-Fox, University of Delaware

Jennifer GALLO-FOX is an educational researcher at the University of Delaware and a doctoral candidate in teacher education at the Lynch School of Education at Boston College. Her research interests include teacher education, research methodology, and educational policy.

Matthew Juck, University of Delaware

Matthew JUCK will be teaching 9th grade science at Biden High. He participated in the coteaching program as an intern during the final semester of his undergraduate career, graduating with a B. A. in Biological Sciences Education. He attained his Master's degree in Education, majoring in Curriculum and Instruction in Science Education. His research interests include teacher induction, pre-service teacher education, and science education.

Kathryn Scantlebury, University of Delaware

Kathryn SCANTLEBURY is an Associate Professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of Delaware. Her research interests focus on gender issues, pre-service teacher education and teachers' professional development in science education.

Beth Wassell, Rowan University

Beth WASSELL is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Teacher Education at Rowan University. Her current research focuses on issues in teacher education, coteaching, cogenerative dialogue and the needs of secondary English language learners in content-area classrooms.




How to Cite

Gallo-Fox, J., Juck, M., Scantlebury, K., & Wassell, B. (2006). Repositioning Warts & All: A Response to Coteaching Researchers. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 7(4).



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