How teachers can build student communities for success

03/10/2014 |

Guiding students -- whether in a classroom or on an extracurricular team -- to form a tight-knit community fosters their success as they strive for both individual and group growth, middle-grades educator Heather Wolpert-Gawron writes in this blog post. She offers three team-building tips, such as varying student groups for activities. "If you want students to improve, you have to have students willing to model for students and students willing to learn from students," she writes.

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