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Case Study: Groupwork – A collection of cases

Case Studies from the CLT Blog

In the past we have blogged our case studies, and rather than re-create them here we’ve provided the links to those posts. Follow the links to read them.

  • Vertically Integrated Projects (VIPs) meeting at Riga Technical University, Latvia VIPs were developed by Georgia Tech University in the US and are based on the principle of students from any year of study and any discipline working together on long-running…
  • Every month, the Students' Union representatives from various disciplines and study levels come together for an Academic Council meeting to discuss their experiences at the University of Bath. In two concurrent meetings, we (the CLT as Assessment and Feedback Champions)…
  • When we talk about group work (also commonly called teamwork), we sometimes expect that we can just put students together in a group and they will somehow know how to work together. However, working effectively in a group is a…
  • Background Context In the Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering, Dr Robert Grover co-teaches a design project with Dr Victoria Stephenson, to a combination of four different cohorts, across the two disciplines of architecture and civil engineering.  The project is delivered in Year 3 of undergraduate degree programmes. This case study…
  • An innovative Vertically Integrated Projects (VIPs) pilot will launch at Bath in February, bringing together undergraduate and postgraduate students, and academic staff from departments across the University to work closely together on a range of research-based group projects.  VIPs are…
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