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Children get more out of school than just the basic book knowledge. It is a place where kids go in order to receive all sorts of knowledge. Skills are taught to the children by teachers and peers that can be used in the real world; how to interact with peers, increase attention span, respect for others, expand imagination and so on. The mind is something that needs to grow just as much as the human body needs to. The brain is an amazing tool that with the proper adjustments can be used to accomplish almost anything. Renee Fuller, Ph.D., of New York University says that, "when presented with a scenario, the brain doesn't have to be given all the components (i.e. the rules) in order to figure out what to do. In fact, if given all the components, the brain often has great difficulty in combing these parts to make a whole. It's like being given all the pieces of a puzzle without knowing the picture the pieces are supposed to make." Keeping this in mind, it would make sense to give students a problem and let them attempt to figure it out on their own before just handing them the answer. Working together is something they are going to have to do for the rest of their lives and so doing activities that require group thinking would make sense.…
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