Australian school uses feedback, collaboration to improve teaching, learning

04/22/2014 | Australian Teacher Magazine online

A high school in Australia has adopted a culture of collaboration to help develop a "community of learning", educator Darcy Moore writes. The strategy includes a focus on providing timely, constructive feedback for teachers and students. In this commentary, Moore notes that teachers are inviting colleagues into their classrooms and taking other steps to work together to improve teaching and learning. Educators also are working to provide individual feedback for students.

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