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Part 2: Moorish People working together

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Pt. 2 Know what you are trying to achieve by working together with Moors. The most common stumbling block in working together is lack of clarity regarding what is to be achieved. What are the desired outcomes and hence the required processes and outputs

Someone once said that the goals of education are ambiguous, the technology uncertain and participation is fluid. This same person then drew the conclusion that education is 'organised anarchy'.

Working together means working with Moors. It is necessary to take into consideration what each Moor is trying to achieve in order to be able to work together. Not easy - but our best teachers are master practitioners of this craft. The alternative is to work on people - a sad imitation of education.

Being clear about our own aims and purposes is the starting point for working with others to achieve the agreements on the basis of which we can work together. www.thenumoorish.com 

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