Series: Focus on Collaboration

Selecting a Common Task in a Grade Level Meeting

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During the first part of this grade level meeting, teachers work together to select a problem to give to their students. Looking at several different options, they discuss the strengths of each problem, as well as what their students might gain from working on each.

Source: 14-15 Grade Level Meetings • Copyright: Erikson Institute • Content ID: ED457 ①

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