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Development and Middle Childhood Cooperative Learning Listening to how children work at school In this study the researchers were seeking to discover the content of the communication that occurred over a period of time that a project was due The project took place over five weeks The students were given an assignment to create a ride for a lot that use-to host the Pacific National Exhibition Assignment The Pacific National Exhibition PNE will be closing permanently at the end of the season The exhibition has decided to relocate on a parcel of land in the Fraser Valley The board of executives is seeking innovative ideas from the public to help plan their new facility Your class has been selected to participate in this unique opportunity We would like teams of students to create a new innovative ride or redesign an existing structure Each submission should include research detailed drawings and a simple mechanical model of your design Please remember that space is limited and your group will have one half of a table top to present your model The groups were taken from 26 sixth and seventh grade students The researchers wanted to learn about the communication in the groups and to see how all the members of each group were able to communicate with each other as well as the teacher The 26 students were divided into six groups trying to keep the number of sixth and seventh graders balanced as well as the sex of the students The students were given several days to meet and come up with ideas The following the timeline the students were given to come up with the various elements to complete the project as formally as possible Timeline 1Research and Sketches May 14-one page of research
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