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Megan McCausland, May 4, 2011

Educator and psychologist Thom Markham says the key to starting strong with Project Based Learning is to train your students to think of themselves as TEAMS not GROUPS. He offers seven step process for helping them do so.

http://www.edutopia.org/blog/group-team-project-based-learning-thom-markham
Megan McCausland
Comments (3)
  • Tamara James Tamara James May 7, 2011
    I couldn't agree with this more. A group is not a team. The big point of differentiation is that members of a team have a commitment to each other’s success.
  • Megan McCausland Megan McCausland May 9, 2011
    I agree! It makes so much sense, yet it was an ah-ha moment for me. Words do matter…
  • srini n srini n Dec. 6, 2011
    A team is, as someone defined, “all for one and one for all”

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