Influences on Developing Collaborative Learning Practices in Schools:Three Cases in Three Different Countries

Naujokaitiene, Justina and Passey, Don (2019) Influences on Developing Collaborative Learning Practices in Schools:Three Cases in Three Different Countries. European Education, 51 (3). pp. 212-230. ISSN 1944-7086

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Abstract

This article explores influences on the development of collaborative learning practices in schools. Evidence from three cases in three countries is detailed and analyzed, using a theoretical framework concerned with school curricula: aims and intended learning outcomes; syllabus, learning and teaching methods; and assessment. In each of the three cases (England, Germany, and Lithuania), a review of national statutory requirements and nonstatutory guidelines is supported by evidence from teacher practice (in-depth case studies), which are then viewed through a comparative case-study method approach. The article highlights influences on practice, and draws conclusions about developing effective future policy and practices.

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Journal Article
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European Education
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This is an Accepted Manuscript of an article published by Taylor & Francis in European Education on 10 June 2019, available online: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/10564934.2019.1619463
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09 Jul 2019 08:55
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01 Dec 2020 07:06