Why do children have to work in groups?

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Sustained shared thinking can be practiced through the use of open-ended question asking. Challenging children on their creative hypotheses encourages them to think more about it.  Children naturally want to learn and discover things, therefore instead of telling a child what a square is, ask them questions, so they are encouraged to use their initiative to find out themselves. Also, asking children to work in groups to solve problems will allow them to participate with sustained shared thinking among each...
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