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This article highlights two major benefits of guiding teachers through a collaborative process for developing instructional units and informing them in advance that their work will be published on the Internet. Through a nationally recognized project, in-service and pre-service teachers designed mathematics and science units for their own use, but also for dissemination through the Web. Participants indicated that knowing their work would be published motivated them to produce high-quality work. They also acknowledged that the collaborative process they used to develop these curricular units increased their self-efficacy for teaching mathematics and science.
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