Assessing/Evaluating Groupwork

It can be challenging to assess group work. How can you assess the overall product while also giving weight to students’ individual contributions? How can you assess how the team has functioned?


While determining the appropriate approach will depend on your unique context, review the tabs to the left to learn more about important considerations and best practices when assessing group work.

Information on this interaction comes from Carnegie Mellon’s Eberly Center.


Assessment Tools

Carnegie Mellon’s Eberly Center has several resources for assessing group work, including self, peer and group assessments. Take some time to explore the resources to inform your own assessment strategy.

Click here to view the resources.


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