Empowering teachers and students for group work success
be overlooked, but it allows for
the team's efforts.
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Unspooling our Commitments
Help students give feedback, reflect on their own roles, and articulate their learning and commitments for improvement in this fun adjourning activity.
Modify this Radar Graph activity as an adjourning activity to help groups reflect on where they were most successful and how their group might have been even stronger.
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