This paper presents the process two professors engaged in to develop a co-taught model for two online graduate courses taught concurrently as part of a justice-oriented STEM education curriculum. Students in the courses, who are k-12 teachers, contributed to the development of the courses across iterations through feedback and discussions with the professors. Our previous co-teaching experiences in face-to-face courses supported by literature on co-teaching in higher education online environments were instrumental in preparing for the initial semester and ongoing development of these two co-taught courses. Development of the courses also relied on extensive cogenerative dialogue that resulted in a merged calendar tool and revised discussion assignment strategies. Integration of content across STEM disciplines was enacted and modeled in both courses, in part through assignments that were connected across the two courses.
Gault, Rebecca G. and Britton, Stacey
"Online Interdisciplinary STEM Education: A Case of Co-teaching for Social Justice,"
Journal of STEM Teacher Education: Vol. 57:
1, Article 3.
Available at: https://ir.library.illinoisstate.edu/jste/vol57/iss1/3