5 tips for classroom collaborations with outside experts

07/7/2013 | Edutopia.org

Collaborating with outside experts helps students gain valuable insight but can be challenging for teachers, Philadelphia humanities teacher Joshua Block writes in this blog post. Block offers five tips he has learned when working with visiting artists. "Collaborations give our students access to experts and experiences that transform all of us, students and teachers alike," he writes.

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