The impact of group selection on student performance and satisfaction

@article{Mahenthiran2000TheIO,
  title={The impact of group selection on student performance and satisfaction},
  author={Sakthi Mahenthiran and Pamela J. Rouse},
  journal={International Journal of Educational Management},
  year={2000},
  volume={14},
  pages={255-265}
}
Investigates whether the performance and attitudes of students could be improved by giving them some control over the group selection process. Groups were formed either by randomly combining paired friends or by randomly assigning all students. Students completed a group exercise and a group case. The dependent variables were the project grades and student satisfaction. Student satisfaction was measured using a questionnaire. The results show that attitudes of students were more positive when… 

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