Step 3 - Complete the work
No matter what difficulties arise in the group process, you still have to complete the work assigned to the group. If you have non-participating group members, ask your instructor if you have an ability to remove the group member from your group but also be prepared to cover the work this person was assigned. Just like in a real work, emergencies will happen, different people will have different priorities, and it is a responsibility of all group members to make sure that classroom assignments are completed. This is why it is so important for the group to set the norms, designate roles and establish deadlines. When utilized effectively, these tips will help your group to detect issues early and correct them before the work has to be submitted to your instructor.
Step 4 - Turn in the Assignment
Group assignments in Canvas require only one person from the group to turn in the assignment for grading. Assessment and grading can be based on the group (everyone gets the same grade) or individual contributions. Check the syllabus to ensure you meet all the requirements. It may be helpful to schedule one last group meeting to review the project before submitting it.