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Sunday, July 18, 2010

Sharing, Collaborating, and Improving

I am an advocate of collaborative settings. From my experience with these classes, I have found that my best work comes from the times I have collaborated with others. Blogs allow educators to share their ideas and have those ideas critiqued. The recommendations and support educators receive by way of comments on one's blog can be a growing experience; not to mention, it allows all those involved to have a "sneak peek" into your plans, ideas, etc. Have you ever noticed how the energy begins to flow when educators put their minds together? It is envigorating to say the least, so the next time you read a blog that inspires you or causes you to think, leave a comment; two heads are better than one.


  1. Diana,

    I completely agree with you. Two heads are better than one when it comes to education. When we collaborate with other educators through blogs, we allow ourselves to be enlightened through others' comments on their knowledge and experience. This allows us to see things differently, and at times, change the way we perceive things. This leads to incredible growth as both an educator and a leader in the field of education.

    Kristy Lopez
    EDLD 5301 (ET8019)

  2. The brain always seems to work better when your have another person to bounce ideas off of. It is like mental trial and error.