We believe students need to learn how to work together as a team in and out of the classroom. Collaborative work promotes critical thinking, problem solving skills, academic discussions, and effective communication. LiteracyTA’s teacher guides, online TA toolkit, classroom materials, and professional development help classroom teachers implement student-centered activities and deep academic discussions.
  • Structured collaborative routines
  • Rigorous group activities
  • Academic discussionssupport
  • Student-centered lessons
  • Pacing and accountability tools
  • Student-friendly rubrics
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Digital Teacher Guide

Collaborative Work

Collaborative Work Digital Teacher Guide

Great strategies, tips, and resources for facilitating and evaluating collaborative work. Narrow the achievement gap with high quality, academic discussions and group activities.

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Online Teacher Toolkit

TA (Teacher Assistant)

Online Teacher Toolkit - TA (Teacher Assistant)

Step-by-step directions, assessment tools, classroom presentations and language support resources to help teachers facilitate effective collaborative groups.

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Closing the Achievement Gap

Research and leaders in education continue to point to collaborative work as an important step to closing the achievement gap (Marzano, WestEd, Carnegie Foundation). Schools acknowledge that this type of work is important, but implementing quality collaborative tasks is a challenge without the right support. When students work collaboratively, we want to see quality academic discussions, problem solving, cooperation, engagement, synthesis and synergy, and critical thinking. Students need a process that they can practice and perfect throughout the school year. LiteracyTA specializes in this type of support and can help you create successful student interactions.

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