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Collaborative Teams That Work

The Definitive Guide to Cycles of Learning in a PLC

By: Gavin Grift, Colin Sloper

Collaborative Teams That Work is the ultimate guide to excellent collaboration. Rely on this resource as you set up collaborative teams within your PLC, and then refer back to it before, during, and after meetings to maintain focus on the right work.

Due to licensing restrictions, only customers within the United States and Canada may purchase Collaborative Teams That Work from this website. Customers in any other country may purchase this product from Hawker Brownlow Education.
Due to licensing restrictions, only customers within the United States and Canada may purchase Collaborative Teams That Work from this website. Customers in any other country may purchase this title from Hawker Brownlow Education.
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Collaborative Teams That Work

Collaborative Teams That Work is the ultimate guide to excellent collaboration. To support your PLC’s path forward, authors Gavin Grift and Colin Sloper outline 12 specific actions that lead to greater, more effective teamwork. Rely on this resource as you set up your collaborative teams, and then refer back to it before, during, and after meetings to maintain focus on the right work.

  • Understand the positive effects of collaboration in education.
  • Examine the cycle of learning and how it optimizes education for both students and teachers.
  • Implement 12 actions to collaborate more effectively.
  • Adapt the cycle of learning and collaborative techniques to other types of educational teams.
  • See the big picture of collaboration and how the learning cycle fits into the educational system over many years.

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Additional Information

Product Code: BKB012

ISBN: 9781951075897

Published By: Solution Tree

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