What Are the Keys to Effective Student Collaborative Learning?
Larry Ferlazzo with Robin Brandehoff and Michael Thornton
Join us as we draw a distinction between cooperation and collaboration and how to cultivate effective collaborative skills in our students.
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March 3, 2018 Classroom Q & A
Robin Brandehoff is an educator, PhD student, and theatre arts practitioner driven to work alongside students and emerging teachers in communities facing conflict and marginalization using drama to educate, play, and liberate. Her research focuses on examining the oppressions and traumas of marginalized communities of color. Michael Thornton has been an elementary school educator in the Charlottesville, VA area for the last 10 years. He is a student-centered educator who encourages his students to be independent and creative critical thinkers.
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