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098 - Making Team Projects Work, Part 2

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098 - In part 2 of our conversation, Dr. Lauren Vicker and Dr. Tim Franz share recommendations and tips for assessing and grading team projects. We also discuss why group work is important and how to help students understand the value of group projects.

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https://barbihoneycutt.com/LB98

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