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” curriculum have on six children's life skills: teamwork, self-understanding, decision-making, communication, and overall life skills. Third grade students who participated in eight plant activities were compared with control-group students. No significant

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Brian W. Trader and Kent D. Kobayashi

immediate feedback assessment technique, and a fruit and vegetable culture course emphasizing student collaboration and teamwork. The three workshop articles “Cooperative learning to enhance horticulture skills and raise funds for professional development

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Baldev Lamba and Grace Chapman

and the LA studio overlapped would have improved coordination and collaboration between the two groups. The success of this teaching model, which spanned one summer and two academic semesters, required effective communications, coordination, teamwork

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Thomas E. Marler

: Implementing an “all LANDS approach to conservation” requires focusing on relationships, teamwork process, and communications Forests 8 246 Jordan, W. Peters, R. Allen, E. 1988 Ecological restoration as a strategy for conserving biological diversity Environ

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Elsa Sánchez and Richard Craig

develop the students’ teamwork and interpersonal skills.” Literature cited Barkley, A.P. 2003 Learning the economics of international trade by teaching it to others: a class project on globalization North Amer. Colleges Teachers Agr. J. 47 25 31 Bull, N

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Kent D. Kobayashi

what virtual field trips are.” Conclusions Using a flipped classroom approach and virtual field trips in TPSS 300 increased active learning and teamwork. They helped to foster student engagement through various activities—small group discussions in

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Kimberly A. Moore and Brian J. Pearson

make conclusions and decisions based on the data presented. Depending on the semester and course, the challenge question and recorded laboratory activities could be offered as a group project to encourage teamwork and collaboration. Garrison and

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Lauren C. Garner

introductory pomology class provided a sound pedagogical approach to teach horticultural techniques while also meeting broader university learning objectives, including fostering critical thinking, communication, teamwork, and community involvement. Materials

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Ann Marie VanDerZanden and Michael Reinert

, 2002 ). Employers are looking for solid technical skills, but they also want more personal skills such as communication, professionalism, teamwork, and management skills. Some of the skills most desired, such as a good work ethic and initiative, are

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Edward W. Bush and Pamela B. Blanchard

) highly motivated by gardening and excited by the exploratory learning grounded a garden context; 2) showed improved school attitude and pride in the garden and its products and often involved their parents in the project; 3) involved in teamwork and