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Making Group-work Work

Author: Peter Hartley, Julia Braham, Carol Elston, Vikki Illingworth, Kate Smith (University of Leeds, University of Bradford, Brunel University)
Description: An online video resource following a group of students through their group work project. It features ten episodes, each of which includes reflection and discussion points, and links to further information and activities.
It can be used as part of a tutor-led session, or for students' independent learning.
Estimated activity time: 2 hours
Type of media: Interactive learning object, Flash resource
Licence: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 3.0
(This resource can be freely repurposed and reused)
Category: Group Work
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Date: This information/resource was last updated in .

MAKING GROUP-WORK WORK

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This site is designed to help both students and tutors understand and overcome the challenges of group work. The learning path involves a series of 10 episodes, taking five students through the journey of a group work project. Each episode highlights a different aspect of working as part of a group and includes a number of video clips, audio clips as well as observation and discussion points. There are also a range of additional resources that can be accessed to expand upon or reinforce points raised within the episode.

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