reflections on group work

Setting group work in a unit on leadership, and asking the students in those groups to participate in and identify their own leadership styles, seems to preempt what inevitably turned into ‘too many cooks spoil the broth’… My group was made up of four students other than myself, all of us in different stages of our MEdTL degree; this is my final subject and the second or third for all other participants. Alongside ETL504 I have had to complete my 10 day professional placement this session, complete and submit the resulting prac report, and also […]