Unformatted text preview: would not have learned working alone. 5. 5. Give one specific example of something the other group members learned from you that they probably would not have learned working otherwise. 6. Suggest one change the group could make to improve its performance. Suggestion: Decide what you want to know about the group work and what you want students to notice about it and compose a few questions to get at that information. Caveat: The social dynamic of small groups often works against candor when things are not going well. Make it clear that you expect and want honest answers, and find a way to ensure that neither you nor other students can identify student respondents. Angelo, T & Cross, P. (1993) Classroom assessment techniques: A handbook for college teachers. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers....
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