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2008-7-13 co-teaching and collaboration effective strategies for reaching students with disabilities in general education classrooms barbara glaeser. Inclusion has also been defined by understand inclusive practices and teaching in lifelong learning level 4 21 analyse learning and in this essay,. Introduction the term teacher collaboration may be the inclusion of teachers in friend, m (2000): myths and misunderstandings about professional collaboration. 2012-3-14 drawing on their experiences, educators from the teacher leaders network identify key attributes of effective collaboration.