Why teachers should share their ideas with peers

02/28/2013 | Powerful Learning Practice

Sharing success stories allows teachers to get new ideas and to revive the passion of the profession, middle-grades educator Susan Lucille Davis writes in this blog post. Comparing it to Show and Tell in elementary classrooms, Davis offers suggestions to facilitate idea exchanges, such as giving colleagues 5 minutes to present a lesson or a new online tool from their classrooms. "In the end, it also places a high value on self-directed learning by asking us to be accountable for our time and to our colleagues," she writes.

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