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Asian students' perceptions of group work and group assignments in a New Zealand tertiary institution
Globalisation, cultural diversity, and structural reconfiguration in organisations of all types, have led to academics in New Zealand tertiary institutions embracing changes in their course delivery approaches. One of these changes is the emphasis on collaborative learning, featuring group work and group assignments. This study examines Asian students' perceptions of the much-promulgated collaborative learning concepts in the form of group work and group assignments. The research was conducteddoi:10.1080/14675980802078525 fatcat:ori23o4uabdvfnj76dh4al2wb4