Building school-based teacher learning communities: professional strategies to improve student achievement
Teachers College Press, Jan 20, 2006 - Biography & Autobiography - 147 pages
Building on extensive evidence that school-based teacher learning communities improve student outcomes, this book lays out an agenda to develop and sustain collaborative professional cultures. McLaughlin and Talbert-foremost scholars of school change and teaching contexts-provide an inside look at the processes, resources, and system strategies that are necessary to build vibrant school-based teacher learning communities.
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