Collaborative Exams: An Educationally Sound Practice?
The idea of collaborating on exams is a tough one for both students and teachers to get their minds around. For so long, testing has been about individual performance and competitive environments. And grades are still measures of individual mastery. Group grades hide those students who haven't prepared or can't competently handle the material.
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