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The best project topics are those that enable children to strengthen their natural dispositions to be interested, absorbed, and involved in in-depth observation and investigation, and to represent that learning in a wide variety of ways in their classrooms. Katz, L. G., Chard, S. C., & ERIC Clearinghouse on Elementary and Early Childhood Education, C. I. (1998). Issues in Selecting Topics for Projects. ERIC Digest. Retrieved from
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