You will develop criteria for forming teams that capitalize on student strengths & needs based on the nature of the projects.
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In an ideal world, student teams come together like magic and work on their projects like well-oiled machines.
Reality is usually a different story. Students typically need help in figuring out how to build on each other’s strengths, negotiate differences, and use their time together effectively. By developing your project management skills, you’ll be better prepared to help students manage their own learning.
This class focuses on practical strategies to manage a project, especially when it comes to forming student teams. You will plan for gathering student information, team size and roles.