Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Study by SOE researchers cited in Shanker Institute blog post

Tags: ronfeldt, teacher effectiveness


A story on the website of the Albert Shanker Institute, “What Makes Teacher Collaboration Work?” highlights research by Matt Ronfeldt that he co-authored with doctoral students Susanna Farmer and Kiel McQueen. According to the post, “Ronfeldt and colleagues (2015) investigated the extent to which the topic of collaboration was related to student achievement gains. In addition to finding that high quality collaboration in general was associated student learning, they found that collaboration focused on assessments was more highly associated with student achievement compared to other topics of collaboration (e.g. students or instruction).” Read the post here.

Matthew Ronfeldt is Associate Professor

Kiel McQueen is Doctor of Philosophy in Educational Studies, Teaching and Teacher Education

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