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Structure, Video Conferencing Help Group Work Succeed

Group Work Teaching with Technology

Structure, Video Conferencing Help Group Work Succeed

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When Scotty Dunlap, assistant professor of safety, security, and emergency management at Eastern Kentucky University, surveyed his students about group work at the outset of an online graduate-level course on auditing, they unanimously gave it low ratings. Asked the same question at the end of the course, they all gave group work high marks. In an interview with Online Classroom, Dunlap explained how he structures group work and uses video conferencing to create effective teams and make group assignments an engaging and rewarding learning experience.

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