In teaching there are days when we feel incredibly confident in the work that we are doing and days when we simply do not. No matter the issue, nine out of ten times the solution is to seek help from my colleagues. Having endless tasks in the classroom can sometimes prevent us from reaching out to each other even on an informal basis. I had not been so keenly aware of this necessity until I recently began teaching on a model that reflected the need for constant collaboration. Two words have changed my entire perspective on collaboration among teachers: team teaching.