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Parisa Raftari Hajikhajehlu
The relationship between the work group and a student's success is crucial in fostering an environment that is conducive to learning and growth. When students are part of a supportive and collaborative work group, they are more likely to be motivated and engaged in their studies. This positive interaction within the group allows for the sharing of ideas, knowledge, and resources, which enhances the student's understanding of the subject matter. Additionally, being a part of a work group helps students develop important interpersonal skills such as communication and teamwork, which are essential for their future careers. Ultimately, a strong relationship between the work group and the student is an essential factor in promoting academic success and personal development. The study applied quantitative research methods and correlational research design was used in this study to examine the effect of the variables. The study was conducted with 64 high School students as participants from different schools. Data collection tools were two standards Questionnaires. Data analysis was in descriptive statistics for the variables were presented. Since the assumptions of normality and linearity were met for the relationships between these variables, Pearson’s correlation coefficient was used for further analysis. Findings with 99% confidence show that there is a significant relationship between teamwork (commitment, trust, responsibility, constructive approach and purposefulnes) and student success in movement mechanisms projects.
Key words: Teamwork, Student Success, Schools, Movement Mechanisms Projects
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