Collaborative Learning: A Natural Fit for Adolescents
Collaborative Learning: A Natural Fit for Adolescents

Collaborative learning is an approach to education built around interactive, dynamic classrooms and the theory that students learn better when they learn together. Research around the attributes and benefits of collaborative learning has fallen in and out of favor for at least the last 100 years, and the technique has...

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Assessment: The Key to Uncovering Opportunities for Student and Teacher Growth

Education leaders frequently discuss using assessments to guide student learning, but it’s also important to recognize how assessments can guide educator efficacy and career growth. According to a 2010 white paper on teacher assessment and evaluation from the National Education Association (NEA), the purpose of assessment is twofold: to improve...

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