Each student will write an analytical es. providing insights (and any criticisms) about the course readings and content from Section 1 (Modules 1, 2, and 3). The es. should 1) briefly state what you see as the major problem(s), issue(s), challenge(s) or question(s) examined in the readings and explain if and how those areas are addressed (about half the of es); and 2) raise questions about the theory, methods, empirical analyses, and application to practice you found in the reading (about half of the es). The focus is on building your critical analysis of literature related to collaboration and how it is implemented in practice. You are expected to heavily reference course readings/content, but are free to use additional sources if combination. The es. should be about 1,500-2,000 words in length, not including any title page, references, or appendices. You should use APA style Links to an external site.for formatting, in-text citations, and references.