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Paired (or co-)teaching is an arrangement in which two faculty are collaboratively responsible for all aspects of teaching a course. Through the Harris extension to CWSEI, paired teaching is being implemented in the Departments of Physics and Astronomy and and Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences in order to leverage the expertise that has been created through the CWSEI to encourage and disseminate the use of research-based instructional strategies. Using our preliminary research results, we will discuss paired teaching with consideration of the perspectives of various stakeholders (from the students to the instructors to the department), and ultimately argue for paired teaching as an effective strategy for professional development in teaching.
Jared Stang, Postdoctoral fellow, Physics and Astronomy
Linda Strubbe, Science, Science Teaching and Learning Fellow, Physics and Astronomy
Tara Holland, Science Teaching and Learning Fellows in the Department of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences
Sarah Bean Sherman, Science Teaching and Learning Fellows in the Department of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences