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This action research project focuses on expected and unexpected outcomes of eighth-grade students working in teams to teach younger students about Japan. The author's purpose was to find out if and how teaching younger students affected eighth graders in her K-8 inner city public school. She was also interested in whether and how the project affected the school community.
Updated: Mar. 17, 2009
Researchers examined roles and actions of members of 'co-teaching' teams including a special educator and a regular educator in a public high school. Observational data were collected using momentary time sampling procedures. Results indicated that regular educators presented material to students in 29.93[percent] of observed intervals; special educators presented material in less than 1[percent] of observed intervals.
Updated: Jul. 20, 2008
Students in the Physiotherapy Programme carried out a group project in their final year of studies. The objectives of the project were that the students learn and appreciate the process and activities involved in research, acquire deeper understanding of a topic in their professional interest, learn to work as a team, manage their own time, collaborate with others and produce a meaningful report. In the case of group work, usually the written report is assessed and the same mark is given to all members.
Updated: Jan. 14, 2008