Social Skills

“Collaboration is a process through which parties who see different aspects of a problem can constructively explore their differences and search for solutions that go beyond their own limited visions of what is possible”. 

Barbara Gray

We collaborate when we want to:

  • Eliminate duplicated services
  • Achieve common outcomes
  • Higher quality of service
  • Improve organizational skills, commitment, and fellowship
  • Innovation
  • Deeper under- standing of issues
  • Strengthen and improve programs
  • Strengthen political clout
  • Change public policies
  • Solve problems more effectively

Ideas and Strategies:

6 Strategies for differentiated Project-Based Learning.

Assessment strategies for project-based learning.

Articles to promote Service Learning including guide posts to a meaningful Service Learning Program.

Storified Social Skills story.

50 ways to use wikis for collaboration.

Collaboration and Scaffolding strategies.


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