Using technology to enhance collaborative learning

The author presents findings from her investigation of the use of technology to create opportunities for collaboration among administrators across school sites. Principals, administrator interns, and university professors participated in an online communication system that supported them in sharing experiences and learning from one another. Data collection methods included focus group interviews, surveys, and review of intern portfolios. Findings indicated that online communication was an effective way for participants to learn collaboratively and to develop a better understanding of the issues facing school administrators.
School-wide Tech Implementation: 
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