This week we focus on a vital ability for both study and work: How to form an effective group or team.
Group and team activities are a necessary component of student and professional life, so it is crucial for students to learn how to work well in teams and groups and how to communicate both orally and in writing.
This resource aligns with another resource which prompts students to consider their likes, dislikes, strengths, and areas for development. Used together, students can easily pinpoint areas for development and they can build in peer learning during their group activities. The complementary resource is called ‘Creating a high-achieving group’. Students might also like to explore one of the feedback resources, which are really useful when difficulties arise.
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