Educator Team at Skyline High School Shares Their Collaborative Work
In this full-length podcast (38 minutes), Anne DiPardo, author of Teaching in Common and A Kind of Passport, talks with a collaborative team of educators working at Skyline High School in Longmont, Colorado. The group discusses why and how they participate in collaborative inquiry around their professional practice; how their school culture has changed as a result of collaborative work; what this team's particular collaboration looks like and how that shifts over time; and the importance of finding support for inquiry even if your school doesn't support collaboration.
Below you will find a collection of shorter clips derived from the original, full-length podcast.
- Why Do Inquiry? (6 minutes)
- How a School Worked to Change Its Culture (9 minutes)
- Collaboration Can Look Different at Different Times (3 minutes)
- If Your School Doesn’t Support Collaboration, Look for It Elsewhere! (3 minutes)