Problems Prevent from Approaching New Ideas in the Education Sphere
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Keywords

Collaboration
citizens’ knowledge
professional development
technology

How to Cite

Nabijonovna, K. N. (2024). Problems Prevent from Approaching New Ideas in the Education Sphere. Excellencia: International Multi-Disciplinary Journal of Education (2994-9521), 2(7), 4-6. https://doi.org/10.5281/

Abstract

Innovative approaches often require collaboration between educators, administrators, and other stakeholders. However, silos and competing interests can make collaboration difficult. Schools can foster a culture of collaboration by creating opportunities for teachers and administrators to work together, sharing best practices, and encouraging cross-functional teams.

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