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Create a culture that encourages collaboration

Forced initiatives result only in surface-level compliance, rather than learning and change

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I was going to call this piece “You’re getting a collaboration!” But, tempted as I was, in the end I thought that this was a little too negative and threatening – the complete opposite of what we should think about when considering collaboration.

Two key questions are “Who are you collaborating with?” and “What has been the impact of that collaboration?” It’s reasonable to expect that everyone in the education system can answer those questions – certainly their ability to answer them would reveal a lot about the system they work in.

We have long understood the power of collaboration to ...

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