Group work is often a really sore spot for a lot of students. We all like to complain about bad groups. What I think is really helpful and productive about the chapters we read from Wolfe is that she takes those complaints about bad group interactions and turns them into action items that can help us be better and not have those terrible experiences. So, use Wolfe’s chapters to consider:
What are your past group experiences? (As a student) How could you have intervened or handled situations differently to produce a better outcome?
What is important to you in a group setting? How do Wolfe’s chapters help you think of items you want to put in your team’s code of conduct or scope of work proposal?