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Canadian school finds personalized success with co-teaching model

December 7, 2017

As schools work to provide students with more personalized learning opportunities and a more active learning environment overall, the traditional classroom model will have to undergo seismic shifts. This can be a frightening prospect for administrators and teachers in the U.S., however, as stringent accountability standards have often served to dissuade educators from experimenting with new approaches.

After all, it’s likely safer to teach students to the test and hope for the best — especially when that test might be tied to evaluations that determine the future of your employment or the entire school — than it is to overhaul everything and try something new that might work.

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