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.
You may find a summary of our theoretical framework, as well as a description of our experience and main findings here:
On top of improving our co-taught coursework this year, we hope to build a more systematic research framework and investigate what makes co-teaching a positive factor in our classes, and to what extent exposure to this strategy can influence teacher trainees in their professional growth.