Discovering the Power of Teacher Collaboration to Collectively Respond When Students do not Learn - Part 2 (Repeat)

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This session is a repeat of Friday 22 May, session 2

There is a difference between effective teacher collaboration and ineffective teacher “co-blaboration.” When teacher teams learn and practice the intricacies associated with effective collaboration they engage in collective work designed to identify essential learning outcomes, create common assessments, establish a rigorous approach to student learning and most importantly develop a collective approach to intervention when students need additional support to learn at high levels. Join Dr. Luis F. Cruz as he outlines the manner in which teacher collaboration leads to effective collective intervention when students find themselves in need of additional support to learn at high level

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Objectives and Outcomes:

  • Learning the skills associated with collaboration
  • Coupling collaboration with effective student intervention
  • Discovering collaboration as an ongoing process versus a “checklist.”

Additional Information

SKU CONF2020KAD
Session Session 2 - 11:00am - 12:45pm
Day Day 4
Topic Intervention, Professional Learning Communities

This session is a repeat of Friday 22 May, session 2

There is a difference between effective teacher collaboration and ineffective teacher “co-blaboration.” When teacher teams learn and practice the intricacies associated with effective collaboration they engage in collective work designed to identify essential learning outcomes, create common assessments, establish a rigorous approach to student learning and most importantly develop a collective approach to intervention when students need additional support to learn at high levels. Join Dr. Luis F. Cruz as he outlines the manner in which teacher collaboration leads to effective collective intervention when students find themselves in need of additional support to learn at high level

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Objectives and Outcomes:

  • Learning the skills associated with collaboration
  • Coupling collaboration with effective student intervention
  • Discovering collaboration as an ongoing process versus a “checklist.”