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Caula A. Beyl

of these desired competencies are teamwork; ability to work in diverse communities; working across disciplines; ability to think critically, analyze, and communicate in a variety of formats; make decisions in an ethical manner; and lead

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Ellen M. Bauske, Lelia Kelly, Kerry Smith, Lucy Bradley, Timothy Davis and Pam Bennett

fostered and supported by the additional training, resources, and experience the helpline EMG volunteers receive. Furthermore, volunteers appreciate the additional education and experience gained from helpline participation and the project supports teamwork

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Mary Rogers, Illana Livstrom, Brandon Roiger and Amy Smith

communicate as an outcome of the program, and less frequent social benefits identified were patience, teamwork, asking questions, and being “open” to people. There was also evidence that personal and emotional learning was occurring, as one student each

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Andrea Dravigne, Tina Marie Waliczek, R.D. Lineberger and J.M. Zajicek

differences ( P = 0.041) in the subcategory statement mean scores for “coworkers” (likability, competency, communication, teamwork) ( Table 4 ). Descriptive statistics indicated that people in offices with plants and windows or those with plants but no

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Carl Taylor, Elizabeth B. Symon, Amy Dabbs, Alexander Way and Olivia M. Thompson

impacts on students’ grades in addition to knowledge, attitudes, and behavior toward food, including socializing and environmentalism ( Blair, 2009 ; Williams and Dixon, 2013 ). Additional benefits have been demonstrated in the areas of teamwork and self

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Seong-Sil Kim, Sin-Ae Park and Ki-Cheol Son

accomplishment and success to children because the tasks associated with growing plants are not always easily accomplished ( Kim, 2006 ). In addition, as the tasks require much teamwork, cooperation with peers is necessary and encouraged ( Yoon, 2001

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Marcia Eames-Sheavly, Kristi S. Lekies, Leigh MacDonald and Kimberly J. Wong

enhancing participation opportunities for children and youth. Enhanced participation involves decision-making, teamwork, communication, and compromise, which can all lead to lifelong skills. As the number of children's gardens in schools and communities

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indicated an increase in knowledge on topics addressed and a statistically significant increase in overall test scores. End of program observational evaluations indicated that youth developed teamwork, communication and decision making skills. A 3-month