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Building the Collaborative

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Transcript of Building the Collaborative

Building the Collaborative
Mare Davis and Allison Kramer
Johnson & Wales University

Front of the Room
Back of the room
The JWU Collaborative Learning Program
JWU operates on a trimester system
2-term learning community was created, pairing introductory helping professions and psychology with English composition courses.
Curriculum includes community service learning, field trips, and fiction and non-fiction character analysis

The Emails
From: Briana Z. (Student)
Sent: Tue 12/11/2012 6:28 PM
To: Marilyn Davis
Subject:
Good evening Dr. Davis,

I didn't appreciate what took place this afternoon. You slamming my essay on my classmates desk and walking away saying "Whatever" was unprofessional. I was listening to what you had to say. Luckily I can control myself and not act out of hand. That made me very upset. Thank you for your time.




ACA Code of Ethics Preamble
The American Counseling Association is an educational, scientific, and professional organization whose members work in a variety of settings and serve in multiple capacities. ACA members are dedicated to the enhancement of human development throughout the life span.
Association members recognize diversity and embrace a cross- cultural approach in support of the worth, dignity, potential, and uniqueness of people within their social and cultural contexts.
From: Marilyn Davis
Sent: Tuesday, December 11, 2012 7:28 PM
To: Briana Z. (Student)
Subject: RE:
Thank you for your note, Briana; I am sorry for my reaction; I did feel like you were not paying attention and I'm glad I was wrong. Maybe we can talk more about this, if you want to, but I think really it was a misunderstanding, and my own frustration with other things going on in the classroom, not you.

I will be more aware next time that you are paying attention, in your own quiet way. It was wrong of me to assume that you were not.

I do appreciate your writing to tell me about how you feel, and I hope that you will continue to talk and write to me so that we can understand and appreciate each other better.

Have a good evening. Dr. D


Community Concerns

Small class size of first year students
Diverse, but not inclusive
Educational inequality in high school
Intercultural communication challenges- assumption of similarities, nonverbal misinterpretations, high anxiety, privilege, entitlement, etc.
Academically competitive, not collaborative
Interventions, Revisions, and Reflections

Intentional team building in Winter trimester
Readings and writings on cultural diversity in helping professions
Multicultural Counseling course development
Conversation with the community
Taking the "leap of faith"
Trusting the collaborative process
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