This chapter describes tools that facilitate team teaching for mentor teachers and teacher candidates. A full-time experience gives teacher candidates the opportunity to develop skills that are difficult to accomplish in a part-time clinical experience. At the Continuous level, teacher candidates are engaged in a full-time teaching experience; they work a full day in school every day. During a Continuous-level experience, teacher candidates can build stronger relationships with students and risk more complex instructional strategies. At the Continuous level of experience, teacher candidates are in a sustained, continuous experience, which creates an opportunity for mentor teachers and teacher candidates to reverse roles. Coaching at the Continuous level can facilitate teacher-candidate skill development in planning, teaching, and assessing units. A primary purpose of the co-teaching projects is to get the mentor and the teacher candidate into a dialogue about teaching at the unit level.