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Collaborative Problem Solving

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  • Private message to Beverly Thomas

As a group of young minds they are learning to work as a team and collaboratively problem solve as they continue to build this project together, they use documetation to move forward and one guy stated, things will never work sucessfully if you don't allow yourself to fail. Great presentation 

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  • Private message to LaQuincy Williams

The saying "Team work makes the Dream work" can't be more true. Collaboration allows problems to be addressed  from multple angles and eventually solved using the most effeicent method. Love it!

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  • Private message to ELIZABETH CLEMENT

Collaborative learning is needed in all aspects of life. Students need to be able to work together and be respectful of each other to solve problems in life. They can learn together and solve problems together to help solve their problems. Teamwork is needed more in schools. 

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  • Private message to Adam Rodgers

collaberative problem solving is not only a great lesson for the classroom; it is also a great life lesson.  The earlier that students learn how to collaberative problem solve, the more practice they will have for working later in life.  Working well with others to solve problems is the cornerstone of any good work environment.  Great video! 

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  • Private message to Elizabeth Shoulders

Collaborative problems solving allows students to learn as a team and experience different ideas together. They are able to learn together and journey to a better product. 

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