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  • Our group was very fortunate to have each member as we have other classes together and personally know each other. As evidenced by the next slide, our group held productive discussions every Monday through Thursday after our other UCF courses. In addition, our group had many lengthy e-mail transmissions with ideas, feedback, attachments, and updates. As a group, we all shared the different roles of being the finder, the grinder, and the binder when we narrowed our location, fulfilled the school requisites, prepared the requested documents inviting the school, the students and parents to the planned activity, decorating our invitations to our TIA program, committing to a schedule and a cohesive activity theme, and gathering and purchasing the materials needed for each day’s activity. We implemented a UCF dress-code, we communicated each day after our assigned activity to cover all basis, and we implemented a wonderful and exciting theme of helping others with a Growing Glowing Garden topic for each day making the activities developmental and educational with integration purposes. Ultimately, on the first day we were thrilled to share the planned activity of creating a quilt with its art & crafts component and to share the rest of the week’s fun planned activities. That first day is when we all began to spot the specific students with exceptionalities and we knew we were there to learn from them so that as future teachers we can help our own assigned students the best possible way.

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