A Change in Student Attitudes about Group Projects

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Student attitudes about group work have been an ongoing concern of faculty. Some students don’t like group work, and those negative attitudes have the potential to compromise learning and the quality of the experience for everyone involved. For that reason, it behooves teachers to keep abreast of research findings that explore student attitudes about group work in general and aspects of it specifically.

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