Our class, demonstrates the core principles of shared purpose. There are plenty of implications when a group of people have the same beliefs and envisions about a certain goal or aspect that connects with equity and connected learning. First, you as a individual, are able to create a network of people where you can bounce off ideas and gain new facts about your shared purpose. This is important because it makes the individual person more educated about the shared purpose Next, it is helpful when a group of people support a similar idea because it creates a network where you can develop connections and maybe go out as a group that protests or speaks about the shared purpose to the community or public leaders.
At Temple University, I have seen plenty of rallies where people have a shared purpose. At one point, I have seen a group of Philadelphia teachers asking Temple students to sign a petition that would let Philadelphia gain local control of the schools. I noticed how committed these teachers were to their personal shared purpose and how all these teachers came together too support one idea. It is important to learn with a shared purpose because it creates networking and shared or common goals between you and your fellow comrades or classmates. As a educator, I personally have a shared belief that all my students will be successful in my class. Equity plays a big part in this because it is beneficial for me to have the same goals and beliefs in all my pupils.