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In-service educational models and teamwork

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I need help to answer two questions:

1. An in-service educational model has five components: planning, implementing, evaluating, applying, and reevaluating. What is the purpose and importance of each?
2. What do you do with a team that is not working collaboratively? How, for example, would you handle the individual who dominates the project? Likewise, how would you handle the participant who allows everyone else to make the decisions? What are some strategies you could use to develop collaboration?

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1. An in-service educational model has five components: planning, implementing, evaluating, applying, and reevaluating. What is the purpose and importance of each?

Educational models with planning must entail the vision and mission of the program wherein the administrative supervisor or leader provides the vision for the model while also giving a mission statement that will elicit support from those responsible for implementing the plan. The implementation phase is contingent upon ensuring that the employees have the resources and tools to ...

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This post focuses upon the stages necessary for creating a successful model of an educational plan.

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