Thinking Interdependetly

Take care of each other. Share your energies with the group. No one must feel alone, cut off, for
that is when you do not make it.
-Willie Unsoeld, Renowned Mountain Climber

Communication is one of the best way to learn from each other. A best way to communicate during a class is by a group work, and a best group work to communicate is the lab works. In this year's chemistry class, we did all different kinds of lab works; such as titration or making a bettry. They all have one thing in common, which is require team works in order to accomplish our goal. Which means we have to help each other and care each other, then we will be able to finish the lab correctly and efficiently.
For our titration lab, me and my groupmate Jonathan had a mis-understanding of acid and base. Which causes us actually put the acid into the beaker, then it turns out that we were the slowest compare to all the experiment group. When we first recognizes that how stupid we were, we first chose to blame on each other, which is not a good sign for us to think interdependetly. If we actually take care of each other and try to figure out a way together to solve the problem instead stop doing anything, our progress will move much faster. Human beings are social beings, we are able to share our energie while with other people. Being cooperative will always be more useful than belive in self but not the others.