On Wed, 27 Jun 2001, Jack Park wrote:
> · Encourage Group Work: Give assignments to small groups. If a class
> is large, divide it into two or more discussion groups. Assign individuals
> within groups the role of "teacher" for small portions of the course.
I've been working on some undergrad and graduate work recently. It's
very popular to have students work in groups. Problem based learning
and all that. Is there a generally accepted unrev-ish response to the
common complaint with such situations: the above average or more
motivated students get held back by the common denominator leading to
I assume this is an issue in any environment where augmented
collaboration is desired but I haven't found any resources which
address it. Are there any?
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