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Center for Teaching & Learning: Student Groups

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Assessing Group Work

Accountability is an important characteristic of group work. Students groups often begin with a team contract in which the specify how they will work together, communicate, manage deadlines, and more. At the end of the project, it is valuable for all to reflect on not only the success of the work submitted, but on the team's interactions and degree of functionality. Self and peer evaluations provide that opportunity. In addition to promoting reflection, which can lead to growth, some instructors use the evaluations as part of the project assessment. 

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