Collaboration is the centerpiece of all learning

By Leigh Wall
June 2019
Vol. 40, No. 3
At Learning Forward, collaboration is considered the centerpiece of all learning and essential to our practice as educators. We learn better when we learn together. For this reason, we are committed to fostering learning communities within and outside our systems. This professional collaboration occurs in our schools, districts, and organizations, as well as through networks such as the Learning Forward Academy. Learning communities provide powerful opportunities to gain insight from others’ expertise and inquiry. The chance to meet regularly with colleagues allows for the ongoing reflection, feedback, and growth necessary for real professional growth and significant changes in educator practice. In addition, learning networks, such as Learning Forward’s Redesign PD Community and the Student Success Learning Network, help members make connections outside their districts so

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Leigh Wall is president of Learning Forward.

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