My thoughts on why our class interactions were fewer in the second half of the semester.

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Dr. Brooks mentioned earlier in the week that we were not interacting with each other as much as we had in the first half of the semester. While I am sure there are a million individual reasons why this happened, here are my few observations/thoughts on the situation. In short, We lost our sense of community. 

#1 Our Goals Changed

Each week during the first half of the semester we were united with a common goal – test out a different tool each week, interact with one another using it and then write about it on our individual blogs. We were all united in a common goal and interest. Once we began to break out into our groups and work with our non-profits, the bonds of classmates were placed on the back burner and the bond of group mate took over. We were no longer bound to the class, but to the goals…

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