The majority of high school and college students hate group projects. Especially the ones where each student on a team receives the same grade in spite of their participation in the group effort. It happens when most students don’t take the project seriously and put all the work upon one or two other members in the team.
With these seven tips, group projects no longer need to be something to stress out about or hastily throw together the night before it’s due.
1. Get to Know Each Other
Even if your class is comparatively small and you meet your peers at every class session, you might not really know them. Introduce yourself, exchange numbers and email addresses so that you can get a hold of each other while working on individual tasks. Although this step seems obvious, it is often skipped and people don’t know how to interact with each other.