Working together in schools: a guide for educators
Corwin Press, 1996 - Education - 168 pages
The long-term success of school improvement depends to a significant degree on the ability of those involved to participate in teamwork. This book explores various forms of collaboration in schools, including pairings, groups and committees, and suggests a framework for understanding how to build stronger working relationships.
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Why Work Together?
The Heart of Working Together
Pairs The Power of Two
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