Assessing Student Contributions in Online Group Work

Assessing Student Contributions in Online Group Work
Working well collaboratively is an important skill to teach, but simply putting students together in groups and asking them to work together online doesn't necessarily result in learning. A good way to ensure learning is to provide a rubric to help students understand what is required from them. Students can use the rubric to provide constructive feedback to one another without the fear of alienating their peers because they are simply following the rubric.

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