We can make projects as enticing as we can, provide support and scaffolding and still have it bomb. Different groups of kids will have different working dynamics, some functional, some disfunctional.
I struggle with deciding when to end the project because I hold on to the hope that if I give them more time they'll get into it. Then I get let down when they just continue to socialize and hang out instead of working on the project!
- UCLA (Go Bruins)
- Chimacum Middle SchoolMiddle School Science Teacher, present
- Main Street Elementary
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