Introduction to Collaborative Teaching Practice

This introductory course explores how evidence-based collaborative teaching practice can enhance learning outcomes for students in traditional classroom settings and innovative learning environments.

The course is intended for teachers and school leaders collaborating in physical and digital learning spaces. Participants will explore evidence-informed and practical strategies for building positive collaborative cultures and initiating successful co-teaching practices.

The course is ideal for introducing whole-school initiatives to develop collaborative teaching practices that support students learning in existing, refurbished and new schools.


Time 3 hours
Delivery mode Online (facilitated)
Audience K-12
Prior knowledge No prior knowledge required
Upcoming sessions February 24; March 11; March 29

In addition to this introductory course, participants may wish to complete either:

Components

By completing the course, participants will:

  • discuss the impact collaborative teaching practice can have on student learning outcomes and teacher wellbeing;
  • investigate strategies to improve the functioning of teaching teams;
  • consider how collective teacher efficacy can be developed and maintained; and
  • explore a range of practical strategies for initiating effective collaboration in their schools, including co-teaching across physical and digital learning spaces.
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