The Promise of Collaboration

Bauml, Michelle
October 2016
Educational Leadership;Oct2016, Vol. 74 Issue 2, p58
The article discusses collaborative lesson planning as a promising approach to make planning less dreaded and more effective. Topics discussed include how collaborative planning is developed, characteristics of effective collaboration, and how collaborative planning benefits new and experienced teachers. Also mentioned are challenges to collaborative planning such as lack of time and teachers' resistance to it, and ways of addressing these challenges.


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