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By Beate Planche | April 17, 2017 , 12:07 pm
Applicable to every level of a school system, collaborative professionalism is defined in the Ontario Ministry of Education Policy and Program Memorandum No. 159 as “working together, sharing knowledge, skills and experience to improve student achieveme
By Jeffrey Wilhelm & Adam Fachler | March 22, 2017 , 12:18 pm
You sit down with a cup of coffee and the best of intentions: to plan out your new unit or lessons for the week. You Google your topic, consult Pinterest, and maybe look at a teacher’s guide for inspiration. Then you look up. A half hour has passe
By Theresa Meikle | December 12, 2016 , 12:21 pm
Lucy West, internationally renowned educator and author, indicates that in order to cultivate a culture of deep thinking and understanding in the classroom it is essential to give “the weight in conversation to students not just the teacher.” We know
By John Hattie and Ashley McLellan | July 11, 2016 , 6:13 pm
Whenever conversations come around to the importance of collaboration, there are a lot of nodding heads and it would seem that everyone is on the same page; we get it, it’s important. Educators all have a pretty good understanding of what collaboration
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