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Guide to Collaborative Teaching - Poster

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7 tips for successful collaboration between colleagues at school.

Whether you’re working with colleagues that you’ve known for years or learning to collaborate with new workmates, sitting down with our Guide to Collaborative Teaching – Poster to facilitate successful discussion is a great place to start.

Hang it in your office or staff room for a visual reminder of our top tips for teacher collaboration.

It covers 7 top tips for collaboration, including:

  • Communication is Key
  • Leave the Ego at the Door
  • Earn and Develop Trust
  • Acknowledge Strengths and Weaknesses
  • There’s No ‘I’ in Team
  • Make Time to Chat
  • Proactively Manage Conflict.

For a fantastic blog which discusses each of these points in more detail, read Collaborative Teaching | Creating the Dream Teaching Team.

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