June 8, 2009
Students Give Group Assignments a Failing Grade
Speaking before a crowd of more than 500 people here on Saturday afternoon, three undergraduates made a plea to the world’s college instructors: no more group assignments—at least not until you figure out how to fairly grade each student’s individual contributions.
Their plea came during a plenary session at the sixth annual Teaching Professor conference, an event sponsored by Magna Publications, a Wisconsin publisher of higher-education newsletters. In what has become a
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