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Project Management Systems for Group Projects

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Project Management Systems for Group Projects

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Anyone who has used group projects in their teaching knows that they can be a double-edged sword. While they can teach valuable collaboration skills that students will need in their professional and personal lives, they can also falter when students cannot get themselves organized enough to produce a quality product. One reason for failure is that faculty often do not provide enough scaffolding for students to get started. They team students up and give them the outcome requirements but do not provide the tools for organizing group projects.

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