Collaborative Units that Work: Teams Award Winners

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Kate Vande Brake
ABC-CLIO, 2010 - Education - 105 pages
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"Collaborative Units that Work: TEAMS Award Winners" is a compilation of some of the best collaborative lessons taught by elementary, middle, and high school media specialists and teachers. In this idea-rich volume, the TEAMS winners share their award-winning projects with you in a format that makes it easy to adapt to your own students and programs.

"Collaborative Units that Work: TEAMS Award Winners" offers detailed unit plans for projects at the elementary school, middle school, and high school levels projects singled out for their clearly demonstrated collaborative nature, positive impact on student learning and achievement, support from school leadership, and the ability for others to replicate the project. Projects come with their creators' expert advice, examples, and strategies that will help you get staff and students excited and involved in true all-school learning. Innovative, classroom-proven, and imminently workable, these are the projects that show just how effective and captivating creative collaboration can be."

 

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Kate Vande Brake is a former journalist with several years' experience working in K-12 public education as a communications specialist.

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