By Robert King
"As you know, group work can give teachers headaches and students nightmares. If set up poorly, collaborative projects often result in one person doing all of the work, while others contribute minimally or actually disrupt. Arguments, inefficiency, mess, and chaos follow closely.
"When set up well, though, group work taps into the power of collaboration. Here are 5 keys to setting up successful student collaborations."
Many practical and well thought out recommendations, clearly developed as a result of study as well as experience. -JL