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Collaboration -- and how to-- is always a favorite--and important--topic.  I do get 
concerned, though, that we too often feel guilty about now doing enough.   I think 
so many of the little things we do should be viewed as a form of collaboration not 
just the "big" instructional things we do.

I would love to hear examples of specific ways in which you collaborate with 
"non-core" teachers.  In other words, teachers who DON'T tech English, science, 
social studies etc.   I'll start out with a couple examples:
I've worked closely with industrial teach teachers as their curriculum evolved from 
"shop" to communications and technology. For example. I worked with one teachers A 
LOT on video production and with another to plan, implement electronic portfolios 
for all our 8th grade students.
Another example, I've worked with our music technology teachers as their curriculum 
evolved from general music to music technology -- this has included putting 
classroom content on the school web site, research, and software usage.   I'd love 
to hear other examples.


Mary Alice Anderson
Winona MN

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