From: "Kendrick, Paula J. (UMC-Student)"
To: "Glaser, Rainer E." Subject: RE: group report Date: Fri, 1 Dec 2000 22:09:55 -0600 Sorry........Group number 32 -----Original Message----- From: Dr. Rainer Glaser To: Kendrick, Paula J. (UMC-Student) Sent: 12/1/00 1:35 PM Subject: Re: group report Please add GROUP NUMBER and resubmit. Thanks, RG. >Here are our group members, we all got together at Memorial Union and >took part in writing this report: >Brooke Gilbert >Paula Kendrick >Keith Street >Kristie Grimm > > Collaborative groups are useful in this class to understand >concepts and re-emphasize important points brought up in lecture. >However, our group faces a challenge. We are all more independent >studiers and used the group very few times. We feel that by looking up >the answers and finding them ourselves better emphasizes the concepts >than just being told by another group member. The groups were useful >when we came together to structure our learning: such as finding and >listing the 40 kinds of reactions for the previous test. Time was also >an inhibitor to get our group together. More often than not we could >only get together for an hour or so at a time because of other classes >and work schedules. > The collaborative groups were also helpful to explain missed >lectures. It is a challenge to go through and understand lecture notes >without someone to explain them. There was one instance that a group >member had a conflict with the class and it was helpful to that member >to explain the notes.