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My elementary school students are natural scientists. One of the best ways to develop their science and engineering skills is through collaborative group work. Students will engage in science investigations at small tables, rather than large 8 person tables, in order to optimize communication and participation. The most effective collaborative groups contain 3-4 students. Larger groups often result in unequal participation, where one or two students are doing all the talking or work. Our current science table seat 6-8 students, which is way too large. Reducing the size of my student's groups will allow all students to fully engage and participate in the process of science. Smaller group size is also particularly helpful to introverted students or those who can get sensory overload from larger, louder groups.

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My elementary school students are natural scientists. One of the best ways to develop their science and engineering skills is through collaborative group work. Students will engage in science investigations at small tables, rather than large 8 person tables, in order to optimize communication and participation. The most effective collaborative groups contain 3-4 students. Larger groups often result in unequal participation, where one or two students are doing all the talking or work. Our current science table seat 6-8 students, which is way too large. Reducing the size of my student's groups will allow all students to fully engage and participate in the process of science. Smaller group size is also particularly helpful to introverted students or those who can get sensory overload from larger, louder groups.

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