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Collaboration lifts learning

Posted on 18 Apr 2013 with 0 comments
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This week DERN reviews an outstanding study about teacher’s views of school practices that reveals the powerful effects of professional collaboration among teachers, with support from the Principal. The study surveyed 2,404 educators in schools across the US. Most of the respondents were experienced classroom teachers and specialist staff in public schools at all levels (elementary, middle, high) of schooling. The findings are reported in a 37 page very readable and ground breaking report.


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