Teacher Collaboration: Episode 3
The Evidence Based Education Podcast · 44 minutes ·

Teacher Collaboration: Episode 3

In this third episode of the Evidence Based Education podcast mini-series on teacher collaboration, we speak to James McBlane, a regular listener to the podcast who got in touch with a suggestion and so we invited him on for a chat! Dr. Jenni Donohoo, a best-selling author and expert on the subject of teacher collaboration, and Cat Scutt, Director of Education and Research at the Chartered College of Teaching.

Tune in to the discussion as we explore:

The culture of collaboration
The broader benefits of collaboration
What does it mean to have collective teacher efficacy?
What are the enabling conditions for effective teacher collaboration?
The chicken and the egg efficacy dilemma!

The research paper referenced in the podcast by Jenni was Six Supporting Conditions of Implementation and can be found here.

All of our podcasts can be found in our podcast archive, and you can listen to episodes one and two in this teacher collaboration series here and here. What’s more, we have a host of free eBooks, videos and webinars in our Resource Library!

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