One of teachers' critical roles is to grade students' performance and provide feedback on their work. Traditionally, teachers have performed these tasks in relative isolation from their peers, even within the same school departments. However, many education experts say teachers would benefit from sharing their students' work with other teachers and discussing what that work indicates about the students' learning—and the teacher's performance.

This form of self-help professional development is becoming increasingly popular, and numerous web sites offer valuable information about how to create and conduct this kind of teacher-to-teacher feedback group. Here are

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