|Are you teaching a new course or planning to revise a course for next year? Please join Rocio Rosales, Assistant Professor, Psychology, UMass Lowell and James Soldner, Assistant Professor, GSID, UMass Boston to define, describe, and demonstrate an evidence-based method of classroom instruction known as interteaching (Boyce & Hineline, 2002). Participants will have the opportunity to work through an interteaching session and practice each of the individual components with instructors who use and conduct research on interteaching in their classes. Challenges of implementing interteaching will also be discussed.
This presentation is appropriate for and open to all engaged in classroom instruction. Faculty teaching small-midsize classes and online may find the information more immediately useful, although the strategies to be discussed have also been implemented with larger class sections by instructors at other universities.
1. Identify the conceptual basis of interteaching
2. Identify the literature demonstrating the effectiveness of interteaching
3. Demonstrate a solid foundation in each interteaching component (i.e., prep guides, teaching records)
4. Prepare effective prep guide questions
5. Discuss how to implement interteaching in their own classrooms