• Learning from practice is usually based on learning from challenges and failures, while successful practices go unexamined and unperceived as opportunities for collective learning. • The study explored the factors that promote or hinder collective learning from successes when working with students who have severe intellectual disabilities. • The school’s learning culture and structural mechanisms can assist with the sustainment of collective learning from successes. • The principal’s role is important in initiating learning mechanisms as well as promoting a learning culture for productive learning from success in a special education school.
|Number of pages||17|
|Journal||Journal of Special Education Leadership|
|State||Published - Sep 2020|
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- Learning From Success
- Organizational Learning
- Special Education Teachers