This study examines ability of an interdisciplinary group project to develop student’s abilities to work successfully in groups in a creative context. Group dynamics were investigated via interaction effects between students in a Graphic Design and Marketing class project. A repeated measures survey technique was used to assess student’s perceptions of group projects and their attributes. As a result of the project, student perceptions concerning the importance of creative contributions, as well as group participation factors became more positive, demonstrating that interdisciplinary group projects with students in a creative discipline offer business students a unique “outside the box” learning opportunity.
Johansen, Douglas; Scaff, Claudia; and Hargis, Jace
"Interdisciplinary Project-Based Model for Enhanced Instruction of Courses,"
International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning:
1, Article 22.
Available at: https://doi.org/10.20429/ijsotl.2009.030122
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