How school leaders can help teachers feel less isolated

05/18/2014 |

School administrators must specifically set aside time for teachers to connect with one another, collaborate and share resources, team-building expert Sean Glaze writes in this blog post. Glaze explains that it's easy for busy teachers to become isolated and suggests administrators plan specific times for teachers to share challenges and best practices. "Once educators experience the benefits of collaboration, they will appreciate the camaraderie and creativity it provides," Glaze writes.

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