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Learning to ... work in groups.

Learning to ... work in groups.

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Published by Polytechnic of Huddersfield. School of Computing and Mathematics in Huddersfield .
Written in English


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SeriesLearningto -- LT8
ContributionsPolytechnic of Huddersfield. School of Computing and Mathematics.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20158949M

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Group Work: How to Use Groups Effectively Alison Burke1 Southern Oregon University, Ashland, OR Abstract Many students cringe and groan when told that they will need to work in a group.

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