Supporting student group work
1 April 2014
There are academic benefits and work-related skills to be gained from group work. Group work is seen as effective learning strategy because it provides opportunities for students to collaborate with others and to reflect on their learning. Although most students understand the need for group work, some find it difficult to perform effectively within the small group setting.
Our Westminster Change Academy project aims to improve the student experience of group work.
We need your input and would be very grateful if you would complete this short questionnaire. It should take no more than 5 minutes and responses are completely anonymous. Please give your feedback for this important project by 30 April.
On behalf of the Westminster Change Academy 'Supporting Student Group Work' project team. If you have any questions, please contact the project leader, John Begg, at email@example.com
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