The cases in this report – from the UK and Bosnia – provide accounts of innovative and successful ways of teachers working collaboratively and exercising leadership to enhance their own learning and development and that of their students. The cases have been assembled for the European Methodological Framework for Facilitating Collaborative Learning for Teachers (EFFeCT) project. Our project partners have also assembled and contributed cases from their countries. The project partners comprise: Tempus Public Foundation (Hungary); University of Jyväskylä (Finland); National Centre for Education (Latvia); National Institute for Continuous Professional Development (Czech Republic); University of Hertfordshire (UK); Mary Immaculate College (Ireland). EFFeCT is funded by the European Union and runs from November 2015 to April 2018. The project aims to improve the policy and practice of teacher learning in innovative ways and to enhance opportunities for teachers’ collaborative learning by promoting networking and professional collaboration between teachers, teacher educators, researchers and other educational stakeholders.
|Publisher||Centre for Educational Leadership, UH|
|Publication status||Published - 2016|