Shadow teachers are co-teaching educators who assist and monitor a particular student's progress in the classroom. They frequently serve special-needs children in an inclusive school. In a regular classroom, they sit with the child and ensure that the child receives social, educational, and physical support. The objective is to ensure that they enable these children to function independently in a mainstream classroom and assist them in eventually joining one.
Lead teachers are unable to pluralize instruction to meet the needs of individual students, particularly in classrooms. These could be kids who have problems with their behavior, development, or learning.The child with special needs is taken care of by shadow teachers, who bridge this gap.