Student evaluation and assessment of group projects
S. Maguire, S. Edmondson 2001 Journal Of Geography In Higher Education v25 p209-217
Abstract: University teachers in the UK are increasingly being asked to develop skills, such as the ability to work effectively in groups, both by government and by employers. This paper outlines and evaluates, from a student perspective, the use of fieldwork projects to develop group-working skills. It also considers the use of self-assessment for summative purposes and the development of reflective practice or 'learning to learn' skills in students.
Research on Learning: Ways Of Learning:Cooperative Learning, In the Field, Affective Domain:Learning Environments, Student Attitudes, Cognitive Domain:Knowledge TransferKeywords: student evaluation, group work, self-assessment, reflection,
Transferable skills, group work, fieldwork, geography, curriculum
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