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Provide feedback on your classmates’ changing viewpoints regarding collaboration, their ideas for implementation, as well as how their own team could benefit.

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Discuss both similarities and differences between your and your peers’ responses regarding strengths and weakness as a team member as well as their teaching styles revealed in the survey. (I will add my work below, but I don’t need feedback. My work only to help out with the similarities and differences between mine and your peers’)

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References

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Junianna Roberson

Reflect on the five areas of focus that make up the collaboration commitment for many NEU schools. How has/may your viewpoint of collaboration change after reading these commitments?

The collaboration commitment for many NEU schools  has five areas of focus that make up the collaboration commitment and their are: Clarity of Purpose, Respectful of time, Time Banking, Professional Growth, and Building Candid Professional Relationships: (Lopez, D., 2013).  My viewpoint has of collaboration has change after reading these commitment,  the job that I have  teacher staff try to  work together as a team but not always sometime I work alone  and get the work done. I want to try to work with my teacher team because working to together as a team the work is done in timely manners. 

What ideas do you have for implementing these in your own professional setting? How would it benefit your team to establish similar commitment.

In my own professional setting as a food serve worker, I plan to take levels one: supporting, giving my team more support when ask, Level two: Accountability, offered my support to my team. In doing this will me become a leader for me. 

The author uses the example of why Geese fly in the “V” pattern that they so often do. Are you flying in the V? What is that holds you, Your team, and your school back from creating an exceptional system for collaboration?

I will use the example of my Head start program.   In our school we have a site supervisors as well as a lead teacher in every classroom, I do believe that we are “V” pattern we fly to keep our kids going and we keep them busy at all time. I believe what my school back from creating an exceptional system for collaboration is the agency lack of communication and not enough training for new staff that come in to the program. 

What are your strengths as a team member; what are your weakness?

My strengths is been a team player. I enjoying working with kids and teacher staff and others worker because help me learn from other how to better leader. my weakness is not communication on a daily basic. 

References

Lopez, D., (2013). No excuss university. How six exceptional school system are revolutionizing our schools. (2nd. ed) Turnaround Schools Publications.

Tiffiny Thompson

Reflect on the five areas of focus that make up the collaboration commitment for many NEU schools. How has/may your viewpoint of collaboration change after reading these commitments?

As a person and an educator, I️ was always one to work alone on any assignments that I️ had. Somewhat like Julie in chapter 6. I️ see how that I️t is necessary to open the door for communication. I️ am willing to my colleague offer their support. Some things are just not meant to be done alone. 

What ideas do you have for implementing these in your own professional setting? How would it benefit your team to establish similar commitments?

In order for me to grow an educator, I️ plan to take on the 4 levels of Candid Collaboration. In doing so this creates leadership for me, working together with my colleaguesI️t would benefit my team to where will grow together and get things fast and sufficient. 

The author uses the example of why Geese fly in the “V” pattern that they so often do. Are you flying in the V?  What is it that holds you, your team, and your school back from creating an exceptional system for collaboration?

In my pace of employment, I️ never really flew in the V, I️ was always one to go on alone and takes things into my hands. Some areas are not really needed for collaboration. Each of us knew how to do our specific job. However, in certain situations, if need be, there are times where we did reach out to one another. For example A show, or Performance. 

What are your strengths as a team member; what are your weaknesses?

My strengths as a team member are patience, I️ have a lot of patience. Working with children that’s one element that you MUST develop without a doubt. I️t is very beneficial to have that in the school setting. I️t prefers everything to smooth and in order. 

My weakness has always been trying to explain certain concepts. It may a little difficult to dish it out. I am one who needs time to explain what I am trying say. if I don’t then that can lead to unstructured, unorganized explanation. it can go Vice versa as well, people explain things in their comfort, but it may not very clear to me. These are one weakness that I am working on at this very moment. 

No Excuses University– Collaboration

Reflect on the five areas of focus that make up the collaboration commitment for many NEU schools. How has/may your viewpoint of collaboration changed after reading these commitments?

Collaboration is one of the principles in NEU schools and is vital to every one of us. This can be matched to the saying “no man is an island” which means that a person cannot achieve their full potential without the input of others. The commitments have served as a source of enlightenment since working as a team alone is not important rather working as a team with defined objectives. The team needs to understand the purpose for which the work is being done. Collaboration also proves fruitful when the team members show time management skills in their undertakings with the team (Hess, & Robbins, 2012). They should be able to complete tasks on time. The five areas allow me to understand that collaboration becomes fruitful when the members can maintain respectful relationships with each other creating an environment of support that will, in turn, lead to positive growth in the team. Members of the team should also be focused on professional development taking time to learn new things (Robin, & Burchell, 2013).

What ideas do you have for implementing these in your own professional setting? How would it benefit your team to establish similar commitments?

The first step would be to hold team meetings with the agenda of knowing one another. This will enable the members to openly communicate and therefore understand the strengths and weaknesses of the other members(Robin, & Burchell, 2013). Once this has been established, we can easily capitalize on individual strengths hence strengthening the whole team as a whole (Hess, & Robbins, 2012). The team should set up goals, both short-term, and long-term, which can be used as a basis for evaluating the progress that is being made.

The author uses the example of why Geese fly in the “V” pattern that they so often do. Are you flying in the V?  What is it that holds you, your team, and your school back from creating an exceptional system for collaboration?

The challenge that we mostly face is the fact that different members have different goals and priorities when it comes to the work of the team. While some might be ready to work, others might be unconcerned by the task at hand. This causes work to proceed slowly, and very little progress can be made.

What are your strengths as a team member; what are your weaknesses?

As a team member, I would consider my flexibility and ability to switch between tasks quickly as my strength. It comes with the willingness and readiness to work and learn new things. However, I am unable to express the necessary leadership skills required from a team leader. It means that I cannot bring together people to work together resulting from the fear that people’s feelings might be hurt as a result of my decisions.
References
Hess, R. & Robbins, P. (2012). The data toolkit : ten tools for supporting school improvement. Thousand Oaks, Calif: Corwin.

Robin, J. & Burchell, M. (2013). No excuses : how you can turn any workplace into a great one. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

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