Campus Units

English

Document Type

Article

Publication Version

Published Version

Publication Date

2015

Journal or Book Title

The WAC Journal

Volume

26

First Page

56

Last Page

75

Abstract

So I’ve been toying with the idea of just going with groups of four and then I would have all the groups in both sections being the same size. So is that better or is it better to do an experiment where I’ve got one set in groups of three and one set with groups of four? Then, would they somehow be unhappy if, you know, if you were in one section and you were in a group of three but you could have been in the other section and been in a group of four?

—Food Science Professor

These questions were posed by a food science professor who incorporates group assignments and laboratories into her courses in order for students to learn disciplinary content and to prepare them for professional practice...

Comments

This article is published as Vrchota, D.A. (2015). Cross-curricular consulting: How WAC experts can practice adult learning theory to build relationships with disciplinary faculty. The WAC Journal, 26, 56-75. Posted with permission.

Copyright Owner

Clemson University

Language

en

File Format

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