Implementing Rotating Teachers Process and Co-teaching in English Class: An approach to Sustaining Saudi Students Proficiency
This study investigated the implementation of rotating teachers and co-teaching model at universities. It aims at accentuating the benefits of implementing rotating teachers and co-teaching model in promoting the quality of education. To achieve the aim of the study, the researcher employed the analytic descriptive method. The subject of the study consisted of 944 male students studying at King Khalid University and 182 male instructors teaching eight courses at KKU. Two questionnaires were used for data collection. By using the statistical program SPSS, the study revealed that the implementation of rotating teachers and co-teaching model have various advantages, such as inculcating positive collaborative experience and disadvantages, such as controversy teaching strategies among instructors. It also revealed that Instructors consistently identify collaboration and mentoring as a potential advantage. The study concluded that using rotating teachers and co-teaching in single courses require improving instructors’ pedagogical skills and knowledge, and success in using rotating teachers, co-teaching in single courses depend on using a well-organized and collaborative approach in all aspects of the course, and rotating teachers and co-teaching is recommended to be implemented in English class due to their positive productivity.