Teamwork is usually not the favourite activity of many students. The classic view of group work is, one group member is very quiet and does not contribute to the work, one wants to do everything in detail, one is only getting on everybody’s nerves and has no clue what is going on, and finally one must do everything alone. These negative stereotypes about teamwork usually deter students and announcements of upcoming groupwork trigger scepticism.
I will try to shed a different light on the bad reputation of working together in a team. If the different types of team members are better understood, the whole process of teamwork will work easier and smoother and will also lead to a better final product. Each student brings certain abilities to the table