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|Collaborating to Improve Learning and Teaching
|Drew V, Fox A & McBride M (2008) Collaborating to Improve Learning and Teaching. In: Reeves J & Fox A (eds.) Practice Based Learning: Developing Excellence in Teaching. Policy & Practice in Education, 24. Edinburgh: Dunedin Academic Press Ltd, pp. 52-66. http://www.dunedinacademicpress.co.uk/search/category/Education_Theory_and_Policy
collaborative professional enquiry
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|Policy & Practice in Education, 24
|First paragraph: This chapter explores what it means to engage in collaborative professional enquiries in schools. In particular it examines the relationships between collaborative enquiry; teacher activism and leadership; and improving learning and teaching at school level.
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