Fear? Not If You Understand the Impact of Co-Creation on Collaboration in Special Education!
By Dr. Deborah L. Boldt
This issue of NASET’s Classroom Management series was written by Dr. Deborah Bolt. A variety of different collaborative methods can be used by teachers. Collaboration enables teachers to share their experiences and innovative strategies, as well as participate in curriculum development and develop a variety of skills to support student learning. Successful collaboration takes into account how co-creation can impact teacher collaboration, as well as teacher learning and development. By implementing collaboration effectively, educators can build positive relationships within the classroom and foster a positive culture of professional growth. The use of teacher collaboration adds value to students' learning experiences by allowing teachers to develop their knowledge and professional practices. Through the implementation of action research, co-creation opportunities were further enhanced by investigating the impact co- creation has on collaboration among teachers.
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