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Liz Joyce Accepted as a 2021-2022 Fellow by NCGS' Global Action Research Collaborative

Nashoba Brooks' school counselor, Liz Joyce, was accepted as a 2021-2022 fellow by The National Coalition of Girls' Schools' Global Action Research Collaborative. NCGS is an advocacy group that helps connect schools and organizations that educate and empower girls.
Their "action research” fellows are trained to use real time research and analysis from girls schools around the world to develop pedagogy that can make a difference now, rather than purely for academic publication. "I was so happy to be selected," Ms. Joyce commented, "I think NBS is a great place for our this year’s Action Research focus on problem solving, both the idea and the process." Ms. Joyce’s research will focus on how middle school students can engage thoughtfully and productively in direct dialogue with their peers. All of the NCGS fellows will be presenting their research and findings at the NCGS Global Symposium in the spring. We look forward to hearing more about Ms. Joyce's results and how they can improve our teaching and learning.

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