4: Why We Hate Group Projects

Ask anyone why they hate group projects and you'll likely hear the same response: either hogs or logs.

Hogs are those group members who take over the bulk of an assignment or project, not allowing other group members to participate. They hog the projects.

Logs are the opposite, one's who ride on coattails, doing nothing and yet reaping the benefits. They just sit there, still and stagnant, like logs.

Let's talk about how to teach students to hold each other accountable and actually thrive during classroom collaboration.