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Collaborative teaching

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Collaborative teaching

What is collaborative teaching?

Collaborative teaching is when educators come together within one school, across different schools, communities or countries to work together whether in-person or online toward a specific learning goal or outcome.

In an increasingly interconnected world, collaboration has less boundaries and is no longer limited to only people teachers can bring into their physical classrooms. In fact, through Teacherly, collaborative teaching and learning brings together teachers and educators across continents.

More time to collaborate

It’s easier to work together as a year group, senior leadership or pastoral team online with Teacherly workspaces. Spend less time organising and more time collaborating with all of your work, notes and feedback in one place.

More time to collaborate

Collaborate as a team

Share resources, ideas and fully support each other while planning your work. Feel part of a team when working remote with instant messages, video and audio notes all shared in Teacherly.

Collaborate as a team

Improve each other’s practice

Work as a team online to moderate eachother’s lessons, student assessment or CPD. With all your planning in one place it’s easy to get feedback, adapt and improve your practice wherever you are in your teaching career.

Improve each other’s practice

Get inspired

Discover hundreds of ready-made lessons created by our team of Teacher Navigators, covering the UK, US and IB curriculum to inspire your next lesson.

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What are the benefits of collaborative teaching?

Research carried out by Teacherly in Summer 2020 revealed that 73% of 10-18-year olds are in favour of more flexible learning environments, while 42% said that they now want to be able to balance learning with other activities that make them happy - something blended learning has at it’s centre.

The benefits of collaborative teaching learning for teachers:

  • More efficient working through sharing of lessons, resources and assessments with other teachers in the same grade, subject or area
  • Feeling connected and supported by teachers from other schools, disciplines and countries to continuously learn and develop through a professional network
  • Improved lesson quality with input from a network of teachers or by seeing lessons in practice and learning from feedback
  • NQTs can learn from other teachers, develop strategies and experience techniques used by a variety of teachers to find what best suits their learning style

The benefits of collaborative teaching for students:

  • Exposure to teachers from other schools, communities and cultures
  • Learn from teachers who have more time to focus on improved teach and learning practices
  • Feel better supported by teachers who are supported themselves and less burnt-out
  • Experiences of collaborative teaching may inspire collaborative working among students modelling the real-world style of learning

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