Team-task activities are good to teach teamwork—or any skill that is practiced by a group rather than just an individual. Such teamwork activities require learners to work as a coordinated team to solve a single, complex problem. Team members communicate using online meetings and discussion forums in order to complete their assigned tasks.
About this example
In this example, participants are given the task of preparing a business plan for a new venture.
In team-task activities, the teacher assigns a task and helps learners organize themselves into separate teams. Teams work independently, producing successively more refined versions of their work, which they submit to an integration team. The integration team merges the work of the other teams and submits the final project to the teacher for grading.
This example was built in PowerPoint and converted to HTML5 using iSpring Presenter.