Good practice guides and tip sheets have been developed to support quality in both curriculum design and teaching practice. Good practice guides provide a pedagogical overview and tip sheets provide you with practical strategies and ideas for implementation.
Links to group-related resources are provided below. Browse all tip sheets and good practice guides
Set to Yes to create a group assignment (this will activate the next three settings)
Require group to make submission
If enabled (Yes), students who are not members of a group will be unable to make submissions
Require all group members submit
This setting is enabled if Require students to click
the submit button is Yes in the Submission settings.
This setting controls whether every member of the group must click the submit button, or whether one member can 'submit' on behalf of the group:
No — When one member of a group submits an assignment it will count as submitted for the whole group
Yes — The assignment will not be submitted until every member of the team has clicked the Submit button (students in the group will be notified about who still needs to click the Submit button)
As with individual assignments, if students forget to press the Submit button you will still be able to view and mark their assignment in draft mode. We recommend that you lock the submission to
prevent changes while you are marking.
Grouping for student groups
Choose the grouping you wish to use for the group assignment. Select the grouping that you created when you organised your students into groups.
Important: It is vital to have your students in the right group/grouping. If you do not include a grouping for this setting, FLO will take your entire topic as a group, so the first student to submit will be submitting for everyone and their
assignment submission will be visible to everyone. If this isn't set up correctly it cannot be changed once someone submits – you need to recreate the entire assignment.