In our third year of implementing co-teaching strategies in the Education degrees at Universidad Pontificia Comillas, we are lucky to have received some attention from our own institution.
Following the publication of my article on how we try to develop the collaborative teacher competence in our students, the university’s marketing department suggested to shoot a video of us in action. Although the suggested moment in the year didn’t coincide with our team taught CLIL course, Lyndsay Buckingham and I organized a special (and hopefully enjoyable) review at the end of a first semester course, and invited Magdalena Custodio to supervise some of the student tasks. The final result was this:
Soon after, a piece on the same topic was published in Comillas magazine’s 100th issue. You can find it here, pages 28-29.