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Collaboration in Teacher Education Reflections on the UNESCO/ Mico College/IOE Literature for Sustainable Development Project

Publication Date: 
December 2005

Nothing in the universe grows or develops alone. We learn I V together.... We live in a participatory universe" (Zahar 1997, 68, quoted in Vella 2002). This is a truth that we honour each time we move into a collaborative relationship, that is, a relationship based on individuals working together to achieve desired results. And as our educational practices increasingly address the whole person and position learning in terms of the cognitive, the affective, and the psychomotor, the need for collaboration among all major stakeholders in the field becomes greater. Moreover, an education that emphasizes integration, learner-centred approaches, and learning processes demands even more common understandings and joint approaches.

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