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Building collaborative and co-operative professional learning communities

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These slides share the key methodologies for enabling collaborative and co-operative professional learning communities.

These slides share the key methodologies for enabling collaborative and co-operative professional learning communities.

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  • 1. vanguardvisionsconsulting.com.au designinglearning.com.au Building a collaborative professional learning community for DLDA-Sydney – Common goal – Designing learning in the digital age – Critical reflective dialogue – workshop, webinars & online activities – Shared learning space – eg DLDA-Sydney Group- http://digitalcapability.com.au/group/view.php?id=48 – Benefits – individual, group, sector, empowered learners changed teaching programs, – Trust – what’s said in the group stays in the group unless it’s been OK’d to share Source: Stewart, (ND),"Principal Professional Learning Communities - Where to Next"
  • 2. vanguardvisionsconsulting.com.au designinglearning.com.au Five key requirements for enabling co- operative professional learning communities – Enabling collaborative learning – Positive interdependence – Individual accountability – Promotive interaction – Social skills – Group processing Source: Johnson & Johnson, (1998)

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