Planning a Unit of Study outline that includes group work
For good group work preparation, educators should be clear about the intended learning outcomes of group work. This involves creating a quality Unit of Study outline that clearly states the aims, objectives and outcomes of the course.
It then follows that learning and teaching experiences and assessment strategies should be equally transparent and should align with the broader aims of the Unit of Study.
All teaching and assessment strategies should be aligned with specific and achievable learning outcomes. This is referred to as constructive alignment.