Journal article

Peer assessment of teamwork in group projects: Evaluation of a rubric

Brett Vaughan, Jacqui Yoxall, Sandra Grace

Issues in educational research | Australian Institutes for Educational Research | Published : 2019


Effective teamwork is integral to the functioning of many professions. Employers desire work-ready graduates who have developed the so-called 'soft skills' involved in teamwork. One way for students to practise and gain feedback on their team skills is through team-based assessment tasks. The TeamUP Rubric was developed to teach and assess five domains of teamwork skills through peer feedback. Initial evaluation of the five domains and use of the TeamUP with health and arts students has provided initial support for its utility as a measure of teamwork. In the current study the scale structure of each of the five domains was evaluated using Mokken scale analysis (MSA). MSA is a non-parametric..

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