I love the way multiple ideas come together under this article to explain this model. I'd rather they get this information out to where people can see and share the information in a simplistic manner, so that good practice can continuously improve the effectiveness of our hard working educators. It's a testament to the collaborative nature of educators, as opposed to the business world. When it comes to helping kids learn, we're all together! :) Kudos to the gazillion of previous educators that have laid the path to the hybrid of ideas we have coming into schools today to improve results.
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