Cooperation with teachers

Collaboration among educators is essential in education, facilitating teamwork, idea sharing, and improved student outcomes. This involves structured settings for teachers to cooperate in designing innovative lesson plans, evaluating student progress, and establishing a shared educational culture. Various collaboration models, including common planning time, Professional Learning Communities (PLCs), and Critical Friends Groups (CFGs), are employed, with collaborative teaching methods like station teaching, parallel teaching, alternate teaching, and team teaching being applied in classrooms to meet diverse student needs, fostering communication and trust while benefiting both teachers and students. Significantly influences the well-being and academic progress of students.