We know that collaborative learning enriches the classroom for students in the present world. We know that it begins with meaningful tasks that involve students participating in negotiating roles, as well as responsibilities, and outcomes. We see that the School learning management system can be helpful in such a case. We know that collaborative learning is different from delegated group work as well. We see that it actively encourages learning and focusing together, rather than delegating parts of a task as well. We know that the group selection is a vital consideration, one that they will need to vary depending on many factors such as the purpose of the activity as well as individual learning goals. We see that friendships and working relationships along with facilitating the building of new relationships help as well. We see that delegation of particular skills as well as strengths too. We are aware that group learning activities are specially designed so that student collaboration is required to effectively accomplish the task as well as include sharing roles, responsibilities, and the ownership of outcomes too. We know that kids learn best in a social environment as well. We know that subject or topic information can be more effective when it comes from peers. We know that collaborative learning encourages this social aspect of education as well as enhances student understanding. We see that the group nature of collaborative learning also promotes interactions as well. We see that students are organized in flexible groupings, either at random or by the teacher, to reflect mixed academic ability or shared interests as well. We see that educators can share the workload as well as ideas. We know that by collaborating on as well as building a shared playlist of videos, for example, educators share inspiration to develop high-quality resources for their classes as well. We know that it may seem like a no-brainer, but true brainstorming is not possible without collaboration in the class. We see that collaboration provides a safety net as it helps them catapult their thinking and develop ideas that may seem crazy at first as well. We know that working with a small group of trusted teachers allowed me to turn what they thought was a silly idea at the time into a unique as well as a creative lesson plan. We know that when it was time for the class to study they had the idea to have the students rewrite essays into different periods that they had already studied. We see that they were hesitant to bring this idea to a large group it seemed so out there as well. But we know that after developing the idea with their peers, they had a new and creative lesson plan that their students would love. We see that peer-to-peer collaboration can turn a small idea into the seeds for something fabulous as well.  We know that the collaboration shouldn’t end among the teachers as it should be used during the school day among students, as well in these times. They must plan activities that allow students to work as well as collaborate to learn and grow from each other. We know that collaborative learning has been shown to not only develop higher-level thinking skills in students but boost their confidence as well as self-esteem as well. We know that the group projects can maximize the educational experience by demonstrating the material while improving social as well as interpersonal skills. We know that students learn how to work with various types of learners as well as develop their leadership skills. We see that when they work together, they create a better learning experience. We see that teacher collaboration positively impacts student achievement, as well as allows us as educators to explore new territory at the same time. In such a case the data from the admission management system can help as well. We see that when a group of two or more students works together to complete an activity, discuss a question, as well as collaborate on a task, we call it collaborative learning. We see that the intended consequence of accomplishing tasks together is to help students learn in these times.