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collaborative

adjective Referring to two or more individuals, agencies, trusts, etc., who work together towards a common goal.
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Clearly if parties are committed to resolving matters collaboratively and everyone is working together to try and reach the best outcome, this would explain the statistic.
The student outcomes for this service learning initiative program were the following: a) to feel valued, b) to practice appropriate social communications and interactions with others, c) to successfully implement a service learning project, d) to evaluate the service learning project collaboratively, and e) to celebrate service work.
social development is in evidence when pupils work collaboratively on a project.
HCFA OFFICIALS AND WORRIED PROVIDERS WERE working collaboratively and playing catch up at press time in early July, when four key changes to the survey and enforcement process were scheduled for implementation.
The challenge is to identify ways in which independent living centers and vocational rehabilitation programs can collaboratively build upon the individual strengths of each program and constructively and appropriately play a more empowering role for consumers.
To design and implement training systems that support major changes in organizational culture, the senior executives developed three broad considerations: buying versus collaboratively developing training, outside versus inside trainers, and mimicry versus mockery.
With annual revenues of $34 billion, the company offers integrated business applications through operating companies competing collectively and managed collaboratively, under the respected FedEx brands.
Clearly, if parties are committed to resolving matters collaboratively and everyone is working together to try to reach the best outcome, this would explain the statistic.
Collaboratively compiled and edited by Al Stramiello (Professor of Teacher Education, Tift College of Education, Mercer University), Mary Willianham (Professor of Reading, Tift College of Education, Mercer University), and Carl R.
Collaboratively written by the husband and wife team of Joseph Golonka (Graduate of the University of Notre Dame and the State University of New York, College of Medicine in Syracuse with a Doctor of Medicine degree) and Lynne Golonka (Graduate of the College of St.
Collaboratively authored by the team of Lynn Lott, Jane Nelsen, and animal behaviorist Therry Jay, Pup Parenting: A Guide To Raising A Happy, Well-Trained Dog is an informative and "pet owner friendly" guide to selecting and training the perfect dog for a family.
The comparison group analyzed the case studies individually, and the experimental group analyzed the case studies collaboratively using asynchronous computer-mediated technology.

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