All of our work is collaborative. Yet, there are distinct differences between facilitations and collaborations. With facilitations, we stay out of the work, or the content. We act as skilled, observant guides.

With collaborations, we provide guidance and act as creative thought partners who engage directly in the work.

For four years I had the honor of working with Ms. Zanti and her team on a longitudinal study examining growth in creativity in elementary school students. I found Kim to be a highly collaborative professional.

Dennis Doyle, Ph.D.

Board President, Collaborations: Teachers and Artists (CoTA)

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