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ELEMENTARY: COLLABORATE

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Have you ever worked with a group of people on a project? Or asked a friend to help you with an assignment? If so, you were being collaborative, or working with someone else, to reach a goal.

This type of teamwork introduces a variety of skills that will be valuable for you later in the workforce, such as communication, compromise and collective effort.

Collaboration Tools

Social media applications can help you to collaborate on school projects. Here are some links on using the different features of several popular social media apps.

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Pinterest tutorials

Collaborating with Pinterest

   

 

Cooperation: teamwork, respect, and proper behaviour

Communication: sharing ideas, explaining, and listening

Delegate: who does what, everyone works and is involved in multiple parts of project

Be Successful: stay on task, be sure everyone understands, complete work to the best of your ability

Take Responsibility: be a leader, take responsibility for your own actions and learning, use hardware, software, and networks safely and responsibly, respect and follow rules regarding copyright and use of intellectual property

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