Ill. high school plans weekly collaboration for teachers

02/17/2013 | Kane County Chronicle (St. Charles, Ill.)

Officials at Geneva High School in Illinois studied professional learning communities for 18 months before seeking to start their own, which could be implemented during first period every Thursday beginning this spring. While teachers are collaborating, students would be able to pick from multiple educational activities, such as working in the computer lab or the tutoring center. "We have been focusing on what it can do for teachers, how their teaching could be enhanced, which ultimately will equate to success for all students," principal Thomas Rogers said.

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Kane County Chronicle (St. Charles, Ill.)

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