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By Jenni Donohoo | January 9, 2017 , 1:52 pm
When teachers believe that together, they are capable of developing students’ critical thinking skills, creativity, and mastery of complex content, it happens! Collective teacher efficacy (CTE) refers to a staff’s shared belief that through
- Collective Teacher Efficacy: The Effect Size Research and Six Enabling Conditions
- Making Thinking Audible – A Whole School Approach
- Math Anxiety: An Important Component of Mathematical Success
- *pedagogy not included
- The question is not, “how best to teach mathematics?” The question, educator, is “how best for YOU to teach mathematics?”