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Collaborative Learning

 

 

 

“No one wants advice, only collaboration.”

John Steinbeck

 

 

To some extent, collaboration affects all aspects of growing involved with learning and teaching photography. Collaboration is a great gift to education at all levels. We normally collaborate in our profession as we interact with our colleagues to improve our teaching and research. Our knowledge expands because we are in a collegial relationship that encourages us to be involved in expanding our knowledge base. It is in our best interests as well as that of our students to utilize this same paradigm for their learning.

By its nature in today’s societies, formalized education creates communities of learners. Whether you look at these as the institutions ...

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