Group Grades: Creating a classroom context to unite
Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference
North Canton, Ohio
Experience how group grading can unite, instead of tear apart, classroom groups. This session offers 3 mini-cases, 2 mini-exercises, 1 role play, a storytelling and cross-cultural version of the “Team from Hell” activity, a 14-item group-grading-strategy checklist, and Twenty Tips for using group grading in your classes, including a template for out-of-class service learning projects as a key feature of group grading. Participants will share their own experiences, and they will perform both the Yes/No and the Mountain Trek activities. A fun role-play will bring to life the Team from Hell, the Team from Heaven, and the Team from Earth.
group grading, group skills, course design, fairness
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Grace Ann Rosile, Bahareh Javadazideh, Yanni Liang, Ruoqing Zhang, Elmira Shahriari, Hank B. Strevel, Steve DeGiulio, and Mark Walker (2016).
Group Grades: Creating a classroom context to unite. Presented at Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference, North Canton, Ohio.