A Creative Commons Toolkit for NZ Schools/Why is CC good for teachers and schools?

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  • Take part in collaborative projects and avoid reinventing the wheel.
  • Ensure that resources developed by teachers stay within the school when those teachers leave.
  • Have your resources peer-reviewed and enhanced by other teachers. If we're both teaching sub-atomic physics, let's share our best resources and make something greater than the sum of the parts.
  • Read Free to Learn's section on Improving the quality of teaching and learning through resource sharing and collaboration