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Group Projects
What is it: Group work involves students working collaboratively on set tasks, in or out of the classroom. Group work includes: any learning and teaching tasks or activities that require students to work in groups any formal assessment tasks that require students to work in groups. Group sizes can vary from pairs to large groups of students. [read more at the definition source]
Assessing Group Work
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[Article] Peer learning and assessment Search for this article using PrimoSearcht
  • (David Boud, Cohen, & Sampson, 1999) Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 1999, Vol.24(4), p.413-426
  • This paper examines some of the main assessment issues in connection with peer learning and suggests ways in which the benefits of this approach can be maintained while still meeting the formal assessment requirements of the course. It discusses the use of group assessment, peer feedback and self‐assessment, assessment of participation and negotiated assessment...
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