A conceptual framework can show a general education and a special education teacher how to team teach so that a range of students can learn together in today's classroom.

Footnotes

Ed. note. For a related article, see Jessica H. Hunt's ȜxMaster Geometry while Coteachingȝ (MTMS, October 2010, vol. 16, no. 3, pp. 154-61). http://www.nctm.org/publications/article.aspx?id=27312

Contributor Notes

Lisa A. Dieker, Lisa.Dieker@ucf.edu, is a professor in the College of Education at the University of Central Florida. She directs the doctoral program in special education and the UCF/Lockheed Martin Mathematics and Science Academy.

Michelle Stephan, mstepha1@uncc.edu, is the Associate Director of Special Projects for the STEM Center at UNC Charlotte. She works with elementary school and middle school mathematics preservice teachers and is interested in designing inquiry mathematics materials for all students.

Jennifer Smith, jenniferd_smith@scps.k12.fl.us, is a middle school special education teacher at Lawton Chiles Middle School in Oviedo, Florida. Smith has extensive experience with coteaching in mathematics.

(Corresponding author is Dieker Lisa.Dieker@ucf.edu)(Corresponding author is Stephan mstepha1@uncc.edu)(Corresponding author is Smith jenniferd_smith@scps.k12.fl.us)
Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School

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