What are good ideas for monitoring the effectiveness of our collaboration to improve student outcomes?

Taking time to inquire about your effectiveness in collaborating to improve student outcomes can benefit students as well as your work with others. Teams can create informal strategies for checking-in with each other to ensure appropriate ways of working together are in place. More formal tools and processes can also be used to determine the team's effectiveness.

Factual Information

Areas of collaboration such as planning, communicating, evaluating, problem-solving, and instructing can be evaluated. Checklists and rubrics can be created through reviewing the resources below and brainstorming the areas you think are critical to your effective collaboration with others.

Classroom Activities

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