Strategies for a teacher collaboration may come in many forms. From working together on a blog post to creating a summit or professional development opportunity to sharing each other's info on social media, teacher collaboration strategies are plentiful. Strategies for the best teacher collaboration, on the other hand, may be more nuanced. Take, for example, Stephen Covey’s 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. Within it, habit 4 of 7 in Dr. Covey’s book focuses on thinking win/win in everything you do. In terms of “how to collaborate with other teachers,” I’d add – swap the words “everything you do” with “teacher collaboration strategies!” It’s that simple. In other words, the best teacher collaboration examples are formed on a character-based code for human interaction.
On today’s episode, I’m sharing 5 teacher collaboration examples and benefits. Friend, we’re going to explore the gamet of teacher collaboration tools and mindset shifts. But, first, you must remember: everything – and I mean EVERYTHING – that you do with a person inside of a collaboration should be to mutually benefit BOTH of you. And at different stages in your business, this might look very different! So are you ready to explore how to collaborate with other teachers? Then remember the old adage that, “sharing is caring” and start by listening to this episode!
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