intervisitation

intervisitation

(ˌɪntəˌvɪzɪˈteɪʃən)
n
a visit between people or groups that are connected by being members or branches of an organization, profession, religion, etc
adj
relating to intervisitation
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Moreover, school leaders must support implementation of any reading comprehension approach by providing opportunities for teacher dialogue and intervisitation with colleagues, planning the school year reading curriculum, or providing teachers with the necessary didactical and reading materials.
Rastafari possesses no manifestos or treatises, no guidebooks or systemic elaborations of their belief system, and no formal hierarchical organization, but is sustained by "an intricate network of houses and mansions, connected by personal relationships and intervisitation" (119), as well as by powerful shared practices and symbols.
There is written contact and intervisitation, and some meetings belong to wider groupings that meet to conduct business or for inspiration.
This ethic and the intervisitation involved makes it `normal' that people know a great deal about each others' countries.
These include a system of intervisitation and active encouragement of principal "buddying."
* coverage for intervisitation and training sessions;
Indeed, classroom 'intervisitations' can be one of the most important types of professional development educators can engage in.
These included observation systems for classroom and school intervisitations. Over time, teachers and headteachers noted particularly effective ways of handling specific issues and discussed them among department teams and in full faculty meetings.
For example, the districts regularly conducted walkthroughs in which teachers and administrators observed classrooms to consider issues of professional practice, and they conducted intervisitations in which teachers from one school visited another school to observe instruction.