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Project Based Learning: K-2 Teamwork Rubric

Here’s a student-friendly rubric to help you and your students assess how successful teamwork is practiced in the classroom.
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Here’s a student-friendly rubric to help you and your students assess how successful teamwork is practiced in the classroom. Even the kindergarteners can look at this rubric and decide if they are working as a team. Listening and sharing are sometimes hard even for adults, so introducing your younger students to the team concept is a great plus.

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