Teaching Excellence & Educational Innovation
Unfortuitously, groups can effortlessly end up being less, instead of more, compared to the amount of their parts. Why is this?
In this section, we think about the hazards of team jobs and strategies trainers may use in order to avoid or mitigate them. Find other methods and examples right here or contact the Eberly Center for Teaching Excellence for help.
- C rdination costs
- Inspiration costs
- Intellectual costs
- Allocating time
- Training process abilities
- Assessing process in addition to product
- Assessing specific as well as group learning
Challenges for students
C rdination costs represent time and energy that group work consumes that each work will not, like the time it will take to c rdinate schedules, arrange meetings, meet, correspond, make decisions collectively, incorporate the contributions of team users, etc.Continue reading