Exploring Interdisciplinary Team Teaching as a Pedagogical Strategy for Developing ESP Teachers’ Subject Matter Knowledge
English for Specific Purposes (ESP) has rapidly gained considerable importance due to the position of English as a lingua franca in various scientific and economic domains. This paper aims to highlight ESP practitioners' attitudes towards implementing interdisciplinary team teaching and the potential barriers that hinder its implementation in the business school at Ibn Tofail University. To achieve these objectives, a qualitative research design was adopted, and semi-structured interviews were conducted with five ESP practitioners in the business school. The study reveals that the five interviewed teachers have positive attitudes towards interdisciplinary team teaching in the business school. However, the five interviewed ESP practitioners have been reluctant to implement co-teaching, which is the highest level of collaboration and interaction between ESP practitioners and content teachers, due to personal, pedagogical, and administrative constraints.