This practice-based paper examines shared teaching and learning to widen perspectives and improve teaching and learning. It is based on real work in real classrooms with teachers and students. This collaborative shared teaching and learning enabled staff and students alike to expand their understandings and skills. The “village” applied to classroom settings creates a sense of connectedness that enhances teaching and learning for both teachers and students since their contributions are valued and utilised.
|Keywords:||Education, Pedagogy, Teaching and Learning, Shared Teaching and Learning, Classroom Practices, Team Teaching, School Connectedness, Sense of Belonging, Inclusive Practice, Shared Ownership of Learning|
Lecturer/Academic, Faculty of Arts, Education and Human Development, School of Education, Victoria University, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
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