Collaborative Practitioners, Collaborative Schools
Focusing on schools as learning communities, this second edition covers basic skills to facilitate communication, including activities to experience collaboration. It contains material on reconceptualizing collaboration and team-based problem solving. It talks about interagency connections and ways to develop partnerships with schools.
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A Multidimensional Framework
Skills to Facilitate
Stating the Implied
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