Learning From Collaboration : The Role of Teacher Qualities

  title={Learning From Collaboration : The Role of Teacher Qualities},
  author={MARY T. BROWNELL and Alyson Adams and PAUL SINDELAR and Nancy L. Waldron},
r In special education, professional collaboration is viewed as a powerful tool for helping teachers serve students with disabilities. An underlying assumption is that general educators will improve practice if they have opportunities to participate in collaborative professional devetopfnent aimed at improving instruction for studerits with disabilities. Although sustainability studies suggest that teachers benefit fi^om such collaboration, evidence also demonstrates that they profit… CONTINUE READING
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