WORKSHOP: Effective Group Work and Assessment
Group work is continually being touted as a beneficial and necessary process for student learning and yet students often complain about it both from the point of view of distribution of work and fairness of assessment.
How do you ensure students actually learn all that is intended and don't merely divide the content and work between them?
How do you ensure even contribution by students towards their group task?
International best practice in group work, that students enjoy and that enhances their learning, will be demonstrated. Case studies of methods being employed at UWA will be discussed.
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