A time in my life when I had to collaborate with others was my junior season of basketball when we made a run to the regional finals. We didn't have a lot of talented players compared to our competition, but we worked hard all season and came together when it mattered. The biggest game was against #1 Iron Mountain for districts where we were huge underdogs. However, we played like a team whereas Iron Mountain tried to use individual talent and it cost them. This was a prime example of how collaboration was able to do more than working alone, and the season as a whole taught me how valuable teamwork can be.
In her article, Rinio (2018) addresses the importance of collaboration among teachers and librarians and how engaging in collaboration benefits students academically. She notes that while students are meeting collaboration standards, librarians are not. In addition, Rinio points out that successful relationships cannot work without the element of trust. Librarians can assist in trust building by learning about colleagues and understanding how their knowledge can support the school. They should communicate with colleagues about the skills they bring to the work environment. Rinio discusses the negative effects of breaking promises and states that by fulfilling promises, librarians can establish a trusting relationship.
Throughout my academic career, most of the courses I’ve taken were self-disciplined and few projects I was involved with involved teamwork and collaboration. Despite this, my classmates and I would always have group study sessions to do homework and to study the night before a big test. My best examples of collaboration are from my experience while playing varsity basketball.
In today's changing healthcare environment, it is more important than ever for professional nurses to be skilled in collaborating with professionals from other healthcare disciplines. What communication strategies can professional nurses use to specifically promote collaboration with other healthcare disciplines and professionals?
Collaboration is often first learn with friends (e.g. a sandbox), within the classroom (e.g. team projects). Emily Eldrige also goes on to share her life story, and her tendency not wanting to work in groups. Collaboration, by society standards, is seen as a natural skill, that everyone possess. When student prefer not to work in group, rather than promoting team effort, it is best to ask the students, why are groups not an interest or a likeness. Collaboration falls into three categories: life experiences, personality, and contextual knowledge. Personality is the predominant factor for most students. During this phase in a person's life, he/she is making numerous personal decisions that he/she will carry for the rest of his/her life. When
Inter-professional collaboration, among the various healthcare professions, can lead to more effective communication regarding the patient’s wants and needs, and the most efficient solution to attaining those needs. Appropriate medication management is just one of the many areas, we can work together to improve for the overall health and wellness of our patients. Effective communication, and advanced scheduling among nurses, therapists, and pharmacists can improve overall patient care by working together to determine the appropriate medication type, and dosage for each patient, enabling them to participate more during therapy sessions, and consequently; impacting their overall performance and goal attainment. Furthermore, the patient would be looking at a
Meaning as a group you would have to work together as a team follows up with group meetings in order to know what will be the next step towards the project. However when each member of the group aware of what to be done and which part of the assignment they are going to do. In order for us to have an Effective communication, each member of the group have to play their pay and do their job and communicate if they have the question in order for an effect collaboration. different learning and intelligence styles effect collaboration may cause a problem and allow us not to obtain our full grade for example if a member of the group didn't follow the rules, comes to the group meetings giving bad attitude toward the work we wouldn't have an effective communication therefore as a group effect collaboration would not meet.
Because my Professional Learning Plan concentrates on collaboration between a foreign language teacher and ELL colleagues, there are some questions I want to address, as our teacher helped me to consider:
I have not yet worked in a school setting, but I have worked in several agencies and offices where collaboration with colleagues was present. One agency I have worked in was a domestic violence shelter, which housed up to forty-five women and children. In addition, we ran a twenty-four hour crisis hotline, provided individual and group counseling services, and educated those out in the community about domestic violence. It took a lot of collaboration with colleagues to have the agency run smoothly and effectively. When issues arose with clients staying in the shelter, my colleagues and I would met to discuss the issues and how we were going to work together to solve them. Together we were able to discuss all of these factors and agree upon
Great post Jen! I like how you define inter professional collaboration. It made it easy to understand the discussion question better. As the definition from the World Health Organization implies, Health care workers come together to ensure the best possible outcome for patients and family members. The changing process requires an all-hands on deck approach as we learned some weeks ago. This is part of the reason why one of the important quality of the future nurse is teamwork and collaboration: Nurse of the Future competency (QSEN,
Collaboration can help the professionals learn from one another’s skills and help them to identify their own useful skills. This can motivate professionals on diving deeper with specific topics and furthering their knowledge and education in order to benefit not only themselves, but everyone that they work with.
“Listening to families is key in working with them as partners in supporting the learning and development of their child with special needs”. IDEA (2004) has mandated that individuals with disabilities be provided educational opportunities with non-disabled peers in the least restrictive environment. IDEA (2004) further notes that parental involvement is required as part of the decision making process. This has proven to be one of the most important elements to the educational program of students with disabilities. Prior to laws governing
Collaboration is when a student contributes to a group’s joint intellectual efforts through work ethic, leadership, and service. The artifacts I’ve chosen will come from my Honors English class and my Physical Science class. The artifact from my Physical Science class a video/ rubric from an in class bottle rocket competition that I participated in along with my friend Jacob in October 2015. The artifact from my English class is a rubric from a book club project completed in January of 2016. The purpose of the bottle rocket project was to display our understanding of velocity, and determine what factor could keep the rocket in the air the longest. The purpose of the book club project was to display our critical thinking skills and effectively
Collaboration dramatically affects tiered accomplishments. A powerful group can enable an association to accomplish mind-boggling results. A group that isn't working can cause pointless interruption, dissolved conveyance, and key disappointment. These days it is relatively difficult to abstain from being an individual from the group. In case you're not on an official group at work, odds are you work inside some in one way. So it's imperative for your own and professional advancement to know your teamworking qualities and shortcomings.
Collaboration: In a community of learners, students work together in teams, partners, or groups. This allows students to gain social skills and increases students’ motivation for the project. Students share ideas and gain a new understanding of the content.