Productive Group Work: How to Engage Students, Build Teamwork, and Promote Understanding
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Nancy Frey., Nancy Frey|AUTHOR., Douglas Fisher|AUTHOR., & Sandi Everlove|AUTHOR. (2009). Productive Group Work: How to Engage Students, Build Teamwork, and Promote Understanding . ASCD.

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Nancy Frey et al.. 2009. Productive Group Work: How to Engage Students, Build Teamwork, and Promote Understanding. ASCD.

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Nancy Frey et al.. Productive Group Work: How to Engage Students, Build Teamwork, and Promote Understanding ASCD, 2009.

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Nancy Frey, Nancy Frey|AUTHOR, Douglas Fisher|AUTHOR, and Sandi Everlove|AUTHOR. Productive Group Work: How to Engage Students, Build Teamwork, and Promote Understanding ASCD, 2009.

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