Presenting teachers with practices used by teachers belonging to a PLC may perhaps give teachers a
How can I word this sentence?
The seminal research to form the study on examining teachers instructional practices who belong to a PLC is based on collaboration.
I'm not sure what you are trying to say, Catherine. As written, you've stated that the research is based on collaboration, but I don't know what this means. It also sounds like instructional practices belong to a PLC.
You do need an apostrophe in teacher's, though.
The seminal research to form the study on examining teacher's instructional practices who belong to a PLC is based on collaboration.
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