What are your thoughts on team-teaching?

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Answer / bharathi

It is an effective strategy for teaching large groups of
students. It is a method for teachers to collaborate in
generating ideas ... two heads is always better than one!

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Answer / avs

a lot of hard work and confidence is required for a
profession like teacing as there is face to face
interaction between one person with a group of people

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Answer / bhas

In a single subject also no person master in all concepts.so
sharing different persons experience.

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