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Assigning Students in Groups: Self-formed Groups versus Automatically-formed Groups

Abstract : Group work has been adopted as an important tool to support collaborative work in order to enhance learning processes. There is a wealth of literature related to group performance and the impact of group composition on group and individual performance. However, very few studies address the issue on how to automatically form groups. This article proposes a methodology that could be used by professors to form groups automatically taking into account different criteria as well as the students' profile. This methodology is based on a pilot study that analyzes group composition of self-formed student groups.
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Liana Razmerita, Armelle Brun. Assigning Students in Groups: Self-formed Groups versus Automatically-formed Groups. 7ème Colloque Technologies de l'Information et de la Communication pour l'Enseignement - TICE 2010, Dec 2010, Nancy, France. ⟨inria-00597278⟩

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