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Collaboration in the Classroom


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American history isn’t always easy to connect with the world of work, so I attempt to connect classroom procedures to the world of work instead. When my students walk in the classroom and see that their desks are separated they know that they are in “private offices,” which means they will be in a testing or working situation that requires total independence and no interaction with others.

When assigning partners or group work, I point out that in the workplace a boss expects a team to complete a group project on time even if a team member has been absent and employees to work with those they dislike as well as those they like.

I believe these situations make my students think about their performance in the classroom.

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